TWO daredevil fans scaled a 100ft block of flats next to Easter Road so they could enjoy a bird’s eye view of the match below.
The flats are part of Westpoint Home’s Visio development at Hawkhead Close.
The building firm bought the land from Hibs’ holding company, HFC Holdings, for £10m in 2004.
A police spokeswoman said the pair were ordered down from the roof after concerned supporters pointed them out to officers.
She said: “As there was concern that they may fall, one of our officers went up and spoke to them and they came down.
“No charges have been brought against the pair.”
Jo Stagg, of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, said: “Football fans going to extreme lengths to see a match is nothing new.
“However we cannot condone people going into areas in which they do not have permission to be.
“A fall from this kind of height would almost certainly have tragic consequences.
“One of our primary concerns related to instances like this is that younger children, who do not have a full understanding of all the risks involved, might try to copy what they have seen others doing.”