Watch as billionaire hoists £300k Rolls-Royce to his penthouse balcony – 44 floors up | The Sun

A DRAMATIC video shows the moment a billionaire has his new Rolls-Royce hoisted up to his penthouse balcony.

The wealthy businessman decided he wanted to park his Rolls Royce Ghost on the terrace of his apartment on the 44th floor of a high-rise building.

The high-end car was lifted more than 170 meters up the side of a skyscraper in the Fujian province of China, SupercarBlondie reports.

However, the company responsible for the job claims it was quite difficult as the car weighs 2.5 tonnes

The company explained: "It took a lot of calculations and experiments to tow it up before we started to do this.

“The whole process was completed by the engineering department of the real estate firm.”


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The Rolls-Royce was placed in a custom-built iron cage that was hoisted by three steel cables alongside the building’s wall.

And when the car reached the 44th floor, it was pulled onto the sky terrace using steel ropes.

The video was uploaded to Instagram by and has had more than 196,000 views.

Users were left in shock after watching the video on social media.

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One said: "What's the point of sending a car of a certain value so high if you can't drive it."

Another said: "When you have too much money, it goes in the head, and you don't know what to do anymore. That's all it is."

While a third pointed out: "I don't want to pay for parking – this is the answer."

This comes after drivers were warned that missing two vital documents could cost them a £2,500 fine and a driving ban.

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