A man has now been charged after allegedly climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge last month.
On Friday 17 June police and emergency services were called to the northern end of the Bridge, following reports a man was trespassing.
They found a man, who had climbed a section of the bridge, and refused to come down.
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An operation was launched resulting in the eventual arrest of the man.
He was checked by Paramedics at the scene and taken to Royal North Shore Hospital.
About 4pm on Monday Police went to the Royal North Shore Hospital after being notified by staff that the 41-year-old man was being released.
He was taken into custody and charged at North Sydney Police Station with enter enclosed lands and climb on any part of bridge.
He was given conditional bail and will appear at the Downing Centre Local on Friday.