A young woman reported to the canadian police after she should have thrown out two chairs from a balcony in 45. floor in Toronto, writes The Guardian. On the video you can see that it is not far away that the chair hit the cars on the highway.
the Woman is charged with having put the lives and property in danger, and general disobedience.
After police got tips from the people who have seen the video, took the contact and asked her to opt in to the police.
She had to ask in court Wednesday afternoon and was then freed on a bail of 2000 canadian dollars – on the premise that she lives with her mother. 19-year-old will not have contact with the four who were together with her when the incident happened.
- She is embarrassed and wish it had never happened. So clearly, she wanted never to hurt anyone, " said lawyer Greg Leslie to The Guardian .
the Lawyer says that she understands that people react strongly on this, but the client her was under pressure and that they look after others involved.
the Mayor of Toronto, John Tory said he hopes people take the consequences 19-year-old must now meet.
- This is the payment behaviour that is unacceptable. It could have caused critical injury or death, " he continues.