[Update Below] A man who climbed on top of the Manhattan Bridge is currently involved in a stand-off with police. The upper level of the bridge was closed around 2:20 p.m. Wednesday when the man, who was shirtless in red board shorts, climbed to the top of the Brooklyn-side of the bridge. Over 15 police vehicles and dozens of officers are at the scene now trying to talk the man down. We'll update once we learn more information.

Update: The dramatic stand-off ended around 2:40 p.m. when police were able to reach the man and voluntarily take him into custody.

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