Edinburgh teens brag about expanding the City Chambers building in cheeky clip


Edinburgh teens took to TikTok to brag about their exploits after climbing a building in the city center.

The shocking video shows the couple atop the City Chambers building.

Two young men, who appear to be in their mid-teens, can be seen filming atop the local government building on their TikTok channel.

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The City Chambers is the meeting place for Edinburgh City Council.

The boys are seen several stories above the ground, and a third person can be spotted in the video standing several stories below the others.

Teenagers on the roof of the City Chamber.

The teenager filming the video waves his hand at a dizzying height as he stands at the edge of the roof, while his friend is seen casually posing at the opposite end of the roof.

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It has not yet been revealed how the young boys ended up on the roof, as the City Chambers is located in the heart of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile.

The building entrance and courtyard have traditionally been heavily used by on-site security personnel to deal with any issues.

While the rear of the building is considered too strenuous and of an extreme height for two teenagers to casually climb up.

It is not known if this event is related in any way to others

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Police were called at 6:10 pm on September 28, but police were not obliged to attend as the incident was no longer ongoing.”

Edinburgh City Council has been contacted for comment.


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