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[VIDEO] These Crazy BASE Jumpers Leaped From KL Tower To "Gate-Splash" A Rooftop Party

In true rockstar fashion, these guys sure know how to make a grand entrance in a party.

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During the month of September, BASE jumpers John Van Horne, Matt Frolic and Andy Lewis were in Malaysia for the KL Tower International Base Jump

During the month of September, BASE jumpers John Van Horne, Matt Frolic and Andy Lewis were in Malaysia for the KL Tower International Base Jump

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Last month, John Van Horne and two of his friends were in town for the annual Kuala Lumpur Tower BASE jumping event. They decided to end the weekend by launching themselves from the thousand-foot-high tower and surprising guests at a nearby hotel by landing in the rooftop pool.

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The website reports that the jumpers were in town for the KL Tower International Base Jump event, and the pool party was part of the festivities.

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For the uninitiated, BASE jumping refers to the four points a jumper can jump from, "Building", "Antenna", "Span" and "Earth"

For the uninitiated, BASE jumping refers to the four points a jumper can jump from, "Building", "Antenna", "Span" and "Earth"

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The word BASE is an acronym referring to building, antenna, span and Earth, the four points from which a person can leap.

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So on their last night in Kuala Lumpur, they decided to go out with a bang, or in this case, a splash. How? By gatecrashing a pool party in a nearby building

So on their last night in Kuala Lumpur, they decided to go out with a bang, or in this case, a splash. How? By gatecrashing a pool party in a nearby building

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Although the pool was used to host the KL Tower International BASE Jumping festivities, not many knew of their planned stunt

Although the pool was used to host the KL Tower International BASE Jumping festivities, not many knew of their planned stunt

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“There were a few people at the party who knew we were coming in,” said Van Horne, who has been BASE jumping for 10 years.

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But not everyone at the party knew that a few of the guests would be jumping into the pool from another building. “There were a few people at the party who knew we were coming in,” Van Horne told the Washington Post.

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So the daredevils climbed to the top of KL Tower, which is 1,100 feet high and jumped...

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One at a time, the extreme sports enthusiasts jumped off the 330m-high Kuala Lumpur tower and parachuted towards a nearby skyscraper rooftop.

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With not much margin for error, the jump had to be perfect. The pool, located at The Pacific Regency hotel was in sight.

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Most pools post one familiar sign: “No diving.” At the Pacific Regency Hotel in Malaysia, they may have to tweak that sign to include BASE jumping as well.

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“Your best-case scenario if you miss the pool is a 200-foot-high tree,” said Van Horne. “Around the hotel, there was nowhere to land, no open areas.”

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“Your best-case scenario if you miss the pool is a 200-foot-high tree,” said Van Horne. “Around the hotel, there was nowhere to land, no open areas.”

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As he nears the pool, loud cheers can be heard from the crowd as he descended

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As he nears the water, a crowd can be seen gathered around the water in anticipation of his landing. He hits the pool successfully to loud cheers. He then pulls himself out of the water and watches the third base jumper in his group land a minute later.

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And as you guessed, he made a grand entrance to the party!

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The video shows one of the jumpers take a breathtaking jump over the city at night and land with a splash to cheers from a waiting crowd gathered around the hotel pool on top of the 34-storey building.

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Watch how these BASE jumpers crashed the party in true rockstar fashion HERE:

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