Viral-video teen arrested for hurling chairs off Toronto tower’s 45th floor

Leroy Wright
February 14, 2019

She was by herself when she walked into a Toronto Police Department just after 7 a.m. Wednesday.

It went viral, garnering over a million views and a raft of comments. "I hope they would've concluded that earlier on".

Gepostet von Lisa Calderon am Samstag, 9. The person recording the incident zooms in and follows the plummeting chair as it passes multiple roads and overpasses, before panning away as it makes contact with the ground.

On February 13, it was widely reported that the suspect had turned herself in to authorities. And that's what has happened, ' police spokesman David Hopkinson told CBC.

"It's the best for everyone". Or are they fair seeing as no one was injured in this incident. "It gave us leeway to try and treat her in the best possible way". "And that's what has happened".

"She's going to be in court this morning", he said, according to Global News.

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Hopkinson told the Star previously that her punishment could be "unbelievably serious" if she was intending to strike someone below. Police said two chairs were thrown from the balcony including other objects. This is irresponsible behavior that is unacceptable, ' Toronto mayor, John Tory said.

"This was not just something that was sort of a lark gone bad", he said. He added, "This could have caused death or injury and is not acceptable".

The chairs landed near the front entrance of the towering condo, but there were no reports of injuries. "I don't think there's anything funny-I don't know what kind of state of mind you would have to be in actually to think that would be amusing".

Contacted for a statement, Airbnb said it was looking into whether any Airbnb guests were involved.

Leslie said Zoia understands the public outrage.

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