Miami teen is accused of struggling with a fake alligator in a mall – a few days after he was arrested for trying to take a dangerous WWE action against his director & # 39;
- Gianny Sosa-Hernandez, 18, was arrested Monday after being caught on camera while struggling with a life-size alligator statue in a shopping mall in Miami.
- The incident happened late last month and images of the incident subsequently spread on social media
- A viewer of the viral video recognized Sosa-Hernandez and contacted the police
- The $ 3690 statue is damaged and the teenager is charged with criminal mischief
- Sosa-Hernandez was arrested last week for trying to wrestle with his headmaster
A high school senior is accused of criminal calamity after struggling a fake alligator set up on display in a shopping mall in Miami.
Gianny Sosa-Hernandez, 18, was arrested Monday during the March 30 incident, which was caught in front of the camera and spread on social media.
Video footage shows how high school removes his t-shirt at The Falls shopping center before climbing over a barricade and throwing the alligator statue into an indoor pond.
The teenager can then be seen jumping on top of the reptile replica before breaking it around in the shallow water.
Gianny Sosa-Hernandez was arrested Monday after footage of him struggling with a crocodile statue on March 30 scattered on social media
Sosa-Hernandez was accused of criminal disaster about the incident
Police arrested Sosa-Hernandez after a viral video viewer recognized the teenager and contacted the authorities.
A manager of The Falls shopping mall says the $ 3690 plastic statue was damaged during the act.
Monday, Sosa-Hernandez arrested a few days after he was accused of a separate wrestling incident that was also caught in front of the camera.
On March 11, the teenager was charged with attempting to perform an & # 39; RKO & # 39; movement on his school principal, Humberto Miret.
The dangerous action, usually performed by WWE wrestler Randy Orton, is performed by grabbing the back of an opponent's head and knocking his face to the ground.
The shocking incident was filmed by fellow students and posted online.
Last week, Sosa-Hernandez (right) was arrested after trying to put his arm around the neck of his school principal, allegedly trying to perform a dangerous & # 39; RKO & # 39; wrestling movement
It was unclear what led to the alleged incident, but images show that the student seems to be trying to relocate, only for the client to turn him away and hold him to a wall
The dangerous move, usually performed by WWE wrestler Randy Orton (photo), is performed by grabbing the back of an opponent's head and slapping his face in the ground.
It was unclear what led to the alleged incident, but images show that the student seems to be trying to relocate, only for the client to turn him away and hold him to a wall.
The couple then enters a struggle, where Miret pushes the boy back and holds him there.
Later recordings, shared on Instagram, show a heated argument between the couple while Miret calls the police and Sosa-Hernandez accuses his director of restraining him.
The teenager was charged with the battery on a school official and interfered with an educational institution.
The teenager is charged with battery on a school official and interference with an educational institution, according to the station