Woman accused of tossing chair off of condo balcony surrenders to police

Sergio Conner
February 13, 2019

The 19-year-old woman wanted for throwing a chair off a downtown Toronto condo balcony has surrendered to Toronto Police.

Zoia was seen throwing a chair off a high-rise balcony towards the Gardiner and Lakeshore Blvd.in a video that went viral recently. The brief clip of the event spread quickly on social media, which eventually came to the attention of police in the city. It is not believed anybody was injured by the chair.

Zoia was charged with "mischief endangering life, mischief damaging property under $5,000 and common nuisance", the media outlet reported. This is irresponsible behavior that is unacceptable, ' Toronto mayor, John Tory said.

Constable David Hopkinson said the apartment was being used as a short-term rental. He added, "This could have caused death or injury and is not acceptable".

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"Once we had known who she was, investigators reached out to her and they started to make arrangements for her to turn herself in". The blonde haired suspect was clad in a leather jacket, black trousers and high heels as she tossed the chair off of the 45th-floor balcony towards the passing traffic below.

They say the chair landed in front of the building, and there were no reports of injuries. Police confirmed the incident occurred on Saturday at a building in the Harbour and York streets area in downtown Toronto. The video had the caption, "Good Morning".

Authorities said other objects were allegedly thrown off the balcony, including a second chair.

"We are outraged by the blatant disregard for community safety on display in the video", Airbnb said.

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