Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Toronto police identify balcony chair throwing woman

Toronto police identify balcony chair throwing woman

Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a young woman who threw chairs off the upper floor of a downtown Toronto condo building.

Police believe the chair-throwing incident occurred Saturday around 10 a.m. ET at a condo in the Harbour and York streets area, which overlooks the Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard.

In the video, which was originally posted to Snapchat, the woman can be seen gleefully tossing a chair from a high-rise balcony onto the highway below. They are also looking into whether the condo unit - some 20 to 30 storeys high - was being rented out at the time of the incident.

Police told CTV Toronto Tuesday that they had been in contact with "either the perpetrator herself or her representative" and were discussing arrangements for the woman to surrender. The video cuts off just before the chair hits the ground, so it's unclear if anyone was hurt.

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"We're trying to do things in a civilized manner", Hopkinson said.

The items landed near the entrance to a condo building, police said.

Hopkinson said the woman in the video could be charged with common nuisance and mischief, endangering life, which is an extreme level of "mischief".

The items included two chairs, Hopkinson said.

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