Police said they would charge Robert with causing "alarm and scandal" and "other forms of trespassing," the Straits Times reported.
"It seems he's already used to this kind of activity as he had been doing this in several countries already. In all instances, he had been arrested," Ines told The Manila Times. "We will do the same and file charges," Ines said.
Robert, dressed in a dark long-sleeved shirt and yellow pants with a camera strapped to his head, pulled himself up through the narrow ledges of the glass-walled building, according to The Manila Times. He reached the roof at 11 a.m. and returned to the ground floor 45 minutes later, where he surrendered to police, the newspaper reported.
Robert broke the Guinness World record for "most buildings climbed" when he scaled his 121st building, the Cayan Tower in Dubai, on April 12, 2015.
In July, Robert climbed Hong Kong’s Four Seasons to promote “Skyscraper,” the 2018 film starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.