Toronto police investigating video of woman tossing chair off condo balcony
Published Monday, February 11, 2019 11:41AM EST
Last Updated Monday, February 11, 2019 4:30PM EST
Police are investigating after a video surfaced online of a woman throwing a chair off a Toronto condo balcony.
The clip, which has been shared thousands of times on Facebook since Saturday, shows a woman with blonde hair in black leather tossing a metal and wood chair from a condo balcony. The chair falls from several floors above ground, though it’s not clear how high.
The Toronto Police Service is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the woman, who is wanted in a mischief causing danger to life investigation.
The roads below appears to be Toronto’s Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard. Apparently taken on the Snapchat video app, the clip is captioned with a “Good morning” message and cuts out before the chair meets ground.
Police said there were no injuries and the chair landed in front of a building entrance. It is unclear when the video was taken, but police said in a statement that the incident allegedly occurred around 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 9. It is also alleged that other items were thrown from the balcony as well.
Users on social media voiced their disapproval of the woman in the clip over the weekend and into Monday.
“From that height that chair could kill someone instantly,” wrote one user on Facebook.
CTV Toronto reported that the Toronto Police Service’s cybercrime unit is investigating.
That moment when you find out it's not one but two chairs. Arrest her pic.twitter.com/5INjMah1fO— Monica Elle (@MonicaElleRose) February 11, 2019
Woman to ID in Mischief - Endanger Life investigation for throwing chair over balcony onto roadway below. Image of woman attached. Info contact Toronto Police 416-808-5200 or anonymous Crime Stoppers tips 1-800-222-8477 #GO264141 ^sm pic.twitter.com/hFYvJGSllh— Toronto Police (@TorontoPolice) February 11, 2019
0211 12:26 Woman Sought In Mischief - Endanger Life Invst, Image Of Woman Attached https://t.co/aFJHvfp4LM— Toronto Police (@TorontoPolice) February 11, 2019