A Florida man has been arrested AGAIN after wrestling and RKO’ing a fake alligator at a mall in Florida.
18-year-old Gianny Sosa-Hernandez faces a charge of criminal mischief after he performed the wrestling move on a fake alligator at a Miami-Dade County mall on March 30.
Police arrested the high school student after Sosa-Hernandez posted the video to his social media.
You can watch the video here:
In the footage, the teenager can be seen removing his top before rushing over and picking up the fake alligator.
Sosa-Hernandez then throws the fake alligator off its rock and into the display’s pond, before picking it up to perform an RKO – WWE’s Randy Orton’s finishing move. According to the latest arrest report, the alligator was valued at $3,690.
Just last week the SAME MAN was arrested for trying a similar move on his teacher.
Clearly this man is trying to make a name for himself?
The Miami-Dade Police Department, Kendall District, arrested Gianny Sosa-Hernandez for vandalism.
Sosa-Hernandez, 18, was video recorded jumping over a wooden pedestrian barrier, grabbing a display alligator and throwing it into a shallow pond. He pretended to wrestle the alligator and later posted the video on social media platforms.
Sosa-Hernandez damaged the display alligator, valued at $3,690. The mall manager confirmed the video was recorded inside the mall. Sosa-Hernandez has been arrested and charged accordingly.
Police added the teenager confessed to the crime and apologised for his actions.