Cops ID woman who tossed chair off condo balcony, urge surrender

Lamar Ellis
February 13, 2019

Toronto police say they have identified the woman shown in a video of a chair being thrown from a downtown condominium balcony. The chair plummets dozens of storeys towards the Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Blvd.

In a Monday news release, police said the video was filmed at 10 a.m. Saturday in the area of Harbour and York Sts., and that other items were thrown from the balcony as well.

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.

The video, captioned "Good morning", shows a woman with long, blond hair, and dressed in black picking up a chair on the balcony and then looking over the balcony while holding the chair.

Police have yet to identify the person in the video, and it's unclear as to when the clip was shot.

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Police say other items were tossed as well and landed in front of the entrance to the condo building.

Constable David Hopkinson says they're investigating the incident as a case of mischief endangering life.

He said officers have contacted her and told her to get herself a lawyer and turn herself in so that she can be interviewed by authorities.

"People can stop calling now", Hopkinson said.

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