980ft skyscraper mysteriously begins to shake despite NO earthquakes
One of China's tallest skyscrapers has been evacuated after it mysteriously started to shake, sending panicked shoppers running to safety.
The 980ft SEG Plaza started swaying at 1pm on Tuesday in the southern city of Shenzhen, causing a mass exit from the building.
No earthquakes have been recorded and authorities remain baffled as to what caused the motion.
The 79-storey building was sealed shut as of 2:40pm, according to local media reports.
Completed in 2000, the tower is home to a major electronics market as well as various offices in the downtown of one of China's fastest-growing cities.
Emergency management officials are investigating what caused the tower in Shenzhen's Futian district to wobble