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  • Actually, I kind of like London, except the weather.

    其實,我挺喜歡倫敦的,除了天氣。

  • You know, it's always a nightmare.

    你知道,這總是一個噩夢。

  • You know, I never know what I'm going to find when I'm learning in London, but which can affect your climbs in a big way, right?

    你知道,我永遠不知道我會發現什麼 當我在倫敦學習, 但可以影響你的攀登 在一個很大的方式,對不對?

  • It is an honor.

    這是我的榮幸。

  • Also, because I don't really like, you know, cold weather.

    另外,因為我不喜歡,你知道,寒冷的天氣。

  • I don't like rain, so, you know, that's why, actually, I moved the body like this.

    我不喜歡下雨,所以,你知道,這也是為什麼,其實,我這樣移動身體。

  • Uh, the weather is really nice, you know?

    呃,天氣真的很好,你知道嗎?

  • It can be lower than 26 on pretty much every day.

    幾乎每天都能低於26。

  • It's a sunny day.

    今天是個晴天。

  • We like around 30 32.

    我們喜歡30 32左右。

  • So I would enjoy.

    所以我會享受。

  • Okay, But you come to London in the past because it had great structures and it was a fun city and energy.

    好吧,但你過去來倫敦是因為它有很好的結構,它是一個有趣的城市和能量。

  • So you like the city?

    所以你喜歡這個城市?

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • I still like it a lot.

    我還是很喜歡的。

  • Or though, you know, now, now I'm done because, you know, I got to injunctions.

    或者,雖然,你知道,現在,現在我完成了,因為,你知道,我得到了禁令。

  • Okay, So you have an injunction.

    好吧,所以你有一個禁令。

  • Which means if you try to climb something in this city, they're gonna put you in jail for five years.

    這意味著如果你想在這個城市攀爬什麼東西 他們會把你關進監獄五年

  • Yeah, they could even put me regarding.

    是啊,他們甚至可以把我關於。

  • My lawyer is for up to life sentence in jail.

    我的律師要求判處終身監禁。

  • I don't think they would do that.

    我不認為他們會這樣做。

  • But actually, they are entitled to do it.

    但實際上,他們有權這樣做。

  • So it's kind of kind of tough.

    所以,這也算是一種艱難。

  • And this happened when they found out you were going to try to climb this shard, right?

    這事發生在他們發現你要爬上這塊碎片的時候,對嗎?

  • Is that when they decided to be proactive with an injunction on Exactly you know which at that time I had no idea that just hanging around on the building, whether I got spotted by the security people and they knew who I waas on.

    是當他們決定主動發出禁令的時候嗎? 正是你知道的,當時我不知道我是否在大樓裡閒逛,是否被保安人員發現,他們是否知道我盯上了誰。

  • I never have a fought that just by presuming that maybe you may climb, they're building that they could do something against me.

    我從來沒有打過架,只是假定也許你可能會爬,他們正在建設,他們可以做一些反對我。

  • So that's why I was not really trying to be hidden.

    所以,這也是為什麼我不是真的想隱瞞的原因。

  • It's not, I guarantee you I was going to wear a cap.

    這不,我保證我是要戴帽子的。

  • I was going to wear normal jeans and, you know, whatever.

    我本來打算穿普通的牛仔褲,你知道,什麼的。

  • But definitely not wearing such a snake if you were snakeskin.

    但如果你是蛇皮的話,絕對不會穿這樣的蛇。

  • Well, that wasn't snakeskin at the time, but that was like kind of a turquoise leather pants and leather jackets already a very flashy.

    好吧,那時候還不是蛇皮,但那就像是一種碧綠的皮褲和皮夾克已經是一種很華貴的東西。

  • Okay, so you're doing a little recon around the shard?

    好吧,你在碎片周圍做一個小偵察?

  • Yeah, just, you know, like being sure that on then yes, I saw that actually climbing the shot was kind of easy because they BRT you know, each of the corner there is like a big pipes.

    是的,只是,你知道,就像要確保 然後,是的,我看到,其實攀登拍攝是一種容易 因為他們BRT你知道,每個角落有像一個大管道。

  • It's a bit like a like a like a tall ladder.

    這有點像一個像高的梯子。

  • So I knew overall, you know, I didn't care what I was going to be Difficult or not, I knew that.

    所以我知道總體來說,你知道,我不在乎我將是什麼困難或不,我知道。

  • Although it would be an easy building, at least as the tallest building in Europe, I wanted to do it right.

    雖然這將是一個簡單的建築,至少作為歐洲最高的建築,我想把它做好。

  • And a bunch of people have climbed the shard since then.

    而從那時起,就有一堆人爬上了這塊碎片。

  • Yeah, that was that I was doing, Uh, actually, at that time, I was supposed to do an ascent for Greenpeace Greenpeace, and then I had to wait because I came.

    是啊,那是我在做, 呃,其實,在那個時候,我應該做一個上升 綠色和平組織,綠色和平組織, 然後我不得不等待,因為我來到了。

  • It was like I forgot if it was December or January, but I had to wait until June.

    就像我忘記了是12月還是1月,但我必須要等到6月。

  • So after, like, few weeks, I already got an email and and they were explaining me that they wanted toe.

    所以之後,像,幾個星期, 我已經得到了一封電子郵件和 他們解釋我 他們想腳趾。

  • They wanted to attack me on.

    他們想攻擊我。

  • Then I I didn't know what to do.

    然後我... ...我不知道該怎麼辦。

  • I spoke to my lawyer and he said, Look, and I'm having a problem because, um, it's not enough.

    我跟我的律師說,他說,你看,我有一個問題,因為,嗯,這是不夠的。

  • It will be going to the High Court of Justice and you need also barrister on the barrister cost £5000.

    這將是去高等法院,你還需要大律師上的大律師費用5000英鎊。

  • Okay, so the lawyer was my friend.

    好吧,所以律師是我的朋友。

  • So he said, OK, I'll do it pro bono.

    於是他說,好吧,我就做無償服務。

  • But I was just thinking myself.

    但我只是在想自己。

  • If I go to quote, it means that I have paid £5000 for a barrister.

    如果我去報價,就意味著我為一個大律師支付了5000英鎊。

  • Then the judge is going to find me guilty.

    然後法官會判我有罪。

  • Is going to feel this guy.

    是去感受這個傢伙。

  • It doesn't want injunction.

    它不想要強制令。

  • Why?

    為什麼?

  • Because he's going to climb it illegally on.

    因為他要非法爬上。

  • Obviously on then.

    顯然是在那麼。

  • In my mind, I just thought there is no way that I can find to get seen right.

    在我看來,我只是覺得沒有辦法,我找不到被看穿的辦法。

  • And you never saw anything like this before where a city or a country was proactive even when you hadn't committed a crime.

    而且你從來沒有見過這樣的事情,一個城市或者一個國家即使你沒有犯罪,也會主動出擊。

  • You were just walking around looking at the building.

    你只是走來走去,看著這棟樓。

  • But they put an injunction because they thought you might climate Exactly, because I never imagined that it was possible to do something proactive.

    但他們之所以下達強制令,是因為他們認為你可能會氣候 沒錯,因為我從來沒有想過,可以主動去做一些事情。

  • Okay, I thought, if you're committing a crime, then you get caught.

    好吧,我想,如果你在犯罪,那麼你就會被抓住。

  • It is happening.

    它正在發生。

  • It's not something that maybe you may do it or you may not do it.

    這不是一件也許你可能做,也可能不做的事情。

  • It's a bit like Okay, you're already seeing a guy who, as I don't know, kill or rob the bank and then today is outside.

    這有點像好吧,你已經看到一個人,我不知道,殺人或者搶銀行,然後今天是在外面。

  • You make an injunction on all the banks.

    你要對所有的銀行下達禁令。

  • So meaning this guy is not allowed to approach the banks.

    所以意思是這傢伙不允許接近銀行。

  • Right?

    對吧?

  • Okay.

    好吧,我知道了

  • Got you so so you can't climb while you're here.

    逮住你了,所以你在這裡的時候不能爬。

  • But the first time you came here was 95 and you climbed one of the towers in canary warf was HSBC Tower.

    但你第一次來這裡是95年,你爬了金絲雀戰隊的一座塔是匯豐銀行塔。

  • Oh, no, that was you.

    哦,不,那是你。

  • Can I want building.

    我可以要樓。

  • There was nothing at all that there was only one building one building out there.

    根本沒有什麼,外面只有一棟一棟的建築。

  • Yeah, that was great, because the cops were really nice.

    是啊,這是偉大的, 因為警察真的很不錯。

  • The people in the building where Really nice.

    大樓裡的人真的很好。

  • I remember, you know, when I was at the police station, I spent like 20 minutes.

    我記得,你知道,當我在警察局, 我花了像20分鐘。

  • I got nice.

    我得到了很好的。

  • Well, nice food, English food, nice food, but okay.

    嗯,不錯的食物,英國的食物,不錯的食物,但還好。

  • And you?

    你呢?

  • I didn't get sick, right?

    我沒有生病吧?

  • And on that day, you tried to climb to the top of it, started raining, and it was cold.

    而那天,你想爬到它的頂端,開始下雨,而且很冷。

  • That was later on.

    那是後來的事。

  • You know, I had to do something for one of my sponsors.

    你知道,我必須為我的一個贊助商做一些事情。

  • And then they were kind of insisting because I was already shooting days.

    然後他們有點堅持,因為我已經拍了好幾天了。

  • We were waiting in London.

    我們在倫敦等待。

  • They I guess the expenses was skyrocketing on on that day.

    他們我想那天的開支是暴漲的。

  • They were kind of insisting for me to climb a tree east.

    他們是那種堅持讓我爬樹的東。

  • It was not raining, although the sky was threatening.

    雖然天空有威脅,但沒有下雨。

  • So I went there.

    所以我去了那裡。

  • I wasn't done inside the trunk of a car because on the day before, actually, some cops, they they saw me.

    我還沒有做汽車後備箱內,因為在前一天,其實,一些警察,他們他們看到我。

  • And then I got kind of headache, that I decided that I was going to find another way.

    然後我就有點頭疼,我決定要另闢蹊徑。

  • And then I I climbed and I climbed hiding in the back in the trunk of a car.

    然後我我爬了,我爬了躲在後面的汽車後備箱裡。

  • Pulls up.

    拉起。

  • Yeah, I just dashed out of the car.

    是的,我只是衝出了車。

  • And then I started climbing and then it just good anyway, why?

    然後我就開始爬山,然後反正就是好,為什麼?

  • Why my wife?

    為什麼是我老婆?

  • Why stop my wife?

    為什麼阻止我的妻子?

  • Mhm.

Actually, I kind of like London, except the weather.

其實,我挺喜歡倫敦的,除了天氣。

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THE SHARD:攀登Shard的感覺以及為什麼我不能再在倫敦攀登--阿蘭-羅伯特 (THE SHARD: What It Was Like Climbing The Shard & Why I Cannot Climb In London Anymore - Alain Robert)

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