The Toronto police are seeking a woman who threw a chair over a downtown balcony in an action recorded on video and went viral, sparks of violence in the city and beyond.
A video published on social media shows the woman, with the caption "Good morning" on the screen, throwing a chair out of the balcony of a high-rise building.
The chair turns and turns as it falls towards fast traffic on the Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard below.
According to blogTO, the video on Reddit passed on the weekend and went viral on Monday and attracted millions of attention, including the police.
Toronto Police Service tweeted a picture of the woman from the video and asked people to provide information in a "malicious life investigation".
9659002] – blogTO (@blogTO) Feb ruary 11, 2019
The police say the incident happened in Harbor Street and the York Street area and allegedly happened on Saturday morning at. 10:00. Police did not say if anyone was injured; they reported that other things were thrown down and they landed in front of the entrance to an apartment building.
Police described the woman as in her 20s, 5 foot 1 to 5 foot 2, 110 pound, slim construction, long blond hair, wearing a black leather jacket, black clothing and black high heels.
Woman to ID in Mischief – Endanger Life study to throw chair over balcony on lane below. Picture 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
On Tuesday, a CBC report said the Toronto police announced they had identified the woman but did not know her location and wished she should surrender.
"People can stop calling now," Constable David Hopkinson of the Toronto Police said Tuesday to CBC.