It seems that climbing the NY Times building will never go out of style: a man attempted to scale the New York Times building in midtown this morning (not pictured above). "There's a guy who just climbed up a building and is doing pull ups climbing a building in times sq," tweeted one onlooker earlier. And according to the Post, the unidentified man said he climbed the building because he was looking for a copy of the newspaper.

Cops got a 911 call just after 7 a.m. reporting that the man was climbing the building, which is located on Eighth Avenue at 41st Street. It seems the man only made it to the fifth floor of the 52-story building before police caught up with him. The man was uninjured, and taken to Bellevue Hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.

In 2008, there were three separate incidents where people climbed (or tried to climb) the building. Professional climber (and "French Spiderman") Alain Robert was the first, climbing the whole building on June 5—you can see a video of his climb below. Then IT consultant Renaldo "Ray" Clarke Jr. also scaled the whole height of the building mere hours after Robert—you can see his picture above. A third climber, David Malone, only made it to the 11th floor about a month later.