Four men have been fined a combined sum of more than £1,500 after risking their lives climbing the Humber Bridge in Hull.
A series of death-defying videos were posted online, showing thrill-seekers climbing, and sometimes even performing handstands, at the top of the 30-metre high structure.
But now, two groups of daredevil climbers have been fined for their potentially dangerous actions.
Jay Swingler, Axel Grassi-Havnen, Peter George Taylor and Jesal Parshotan have all been subjects of legal action by the Humber Bridge Board and were all fined at hearings at Hull Magistrates Court last week.
Vloggers Swingler and Grassi-Havnen, both of Birmingham, climbed the bridge on Wednesday, July 26 last year, having worked their way around security fencing.