A guy who likes to climb big buildings for internet glory — and, he says, anti-abortion advocacy — was just arrested in Las Vegas for scaling The Sphere.

Remember when that guy free-climbed up Salesforce Tower? That was in May 2022, and he's still at these shenanigans, which he claims are to raise money for "women in crisis pregnancies."

His name is Maison DesChamps, he calls himself "Pro-Life Spiderman," and today he was arrested in Las Vegas after he climbed The Sphere with an "Abortion Is Murder" banner, and a friend livestreamed it and posted a clip to Instagram.

Individuals are seen in handcuffs near the Sphere after law enforcement responded to reports that pro-life activist Maison DesChamps (not pictured) had climbed to the top of the structure on February 07, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada. DesChamps was previously arrested for also climbing the Aria in August 2021. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

KLAS reported that the call about a person scaling The Sphere came into Las Vegas PD around 10 a.m. Wednesday.

"We are responding to reports of an individual scaling a building near the 200 block of Sands Avenue. Please avoid the area due to emergency vehicles responding," the department said at the time.

After DesChamps and his accomplices were arrested, a spokesperson for The Sphere told the station, "We are grateful to the local authorities for their support in this matter. The individuals involved are currently in the custody of LVMPD."

DesChamps's latest stunt appeared to be timed to Super Bowl week, and his Instagram story this morning tagged the NFL. He sent out a press release this morning as well, saying, "While half a million football fans arrive in Las Vegas for Super Bowl LVIII, DesChamps wants to shake the public into caring about the fate of unborn children in our country."

Since climbing Salesforce Tower in May 2022, Des Champs has gone on to scale the Accenture tower in Chicago, The New York Times building in Manhattan, and the Chase tower in Phoenix. He also previously scaled the Aria in Las Vegas in August 2021.

LVMPD Sheriff Kevin McMahill spoke at a press conference about Super Bowl safety, Wednesday morning saying, “We know that people are going to test us. We know people are going to try things... As we sit here today, there’s an individual – for a publicity stunt – climbing up to the top of the Sphere. Your first responders are all over there, taking care of it. We know these things are going to happen, and we’re going to deal with them as they come up and make sure we have the safest Super Bowl we’ve ever had."