Woman threw chairs off 45th-floor balcony onto busy highway

Lamar Ellis
February 14, 2019

A woman was charged after she was recorded allegedly throwing a chair off the balcony of a high-rise in Toronto, Canadian media reported.

According to the Toronto Police, 19-year-old Marcella Zoia of Toronto will be charged with mischief endangering life, mischief destroying or damaging property under $5,000, and common nuisance.

The video - which police said was taken Saturday at 10 a.m.in the York and Harbour Sts. area - shows a woman tossing a patio chair off the balcony of a condo and towards the Gardiner Expressway.

The chairs landed near the front entrance of the towering condo, but there were no reports of injuries.

Investigators allege the woman also threw a second chair and other objects from the balcony that day.

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

Police said the woman was wanted for mischief - endanger life.

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She appeared in a Toronto courtroom in the afternoon where she was granted bail, set at $2,000, and released. She must also not have any contact with the four individuals that were with her at the time. She smiled as reporters asked her questions, but did not say anything.

"She wished it never happened".

Leslie said she understands the public outage.

'It was not just a lark gone bad. He said he'll have discussions with the prosecution and said it might not go to trial but said he'll see how it develops.

Police said they are in the process of interviewing the woman and no charges have yet been laid.

Airbnb said Wednesday that it has contacted Toronto police and offered its support in the investigation.

"We are outraged by the blatant disregard for community safety on display in the video". "We are investigating whether any Airbnb guests were involved and we will be suspending any guest accounts that appear to be connected to this incident". "It was grossly irresponsible behavior that could have caused serious injury and death", he added.

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