The brief clip of the event spread quickly on social media, which eventually came to the attention of police in the city. Or are they fair seeing as no one was injured in this incident. The woman, who has since been revealed to be 19-year-old Marcella Zoia.
She is now facing three charges: mischief endangering life, mischief damaging property under $5,000 and common nuisance. CTV's Adrian Ghobrial reports that the suspect "has a criminal history".More news: Red Bull unveil new Honda-powered F1 auto ahead of 2019 campaign
"(She had) no regard for anybody that might be passing underneath", Const. David Hopkinson said, adding that the area is often filled with tourists and pedestrians. Mayor John Tory told the media that the suspect's actions demonstrated "idiotic behavior".
A widely viewed video shot from the apartment balcony shows a woman throwing one of the chairs, which plummets to the street below. The objects landed in an area in front of the building's entrance, authorities said. The video was cut off before the chair landed.More news: Apple accused over app for Saudi men to track wives
Police announced the charges against the woman this morning, two days after a video appearing to show the incident went viral and investigators launched a public appeal to identify her. A photo of the mangled chair has been posted online. The video, which police believe was taken Saturday around 10 am, was found by police on Sunday. "We are outraged by the blatant disregard for community safety on display in the video", Airbnb said in a statement on Tuesday.
The video was captioned with "Good Morning". Police said other items were tossed off the balcony as well. "We are investigating whether any Airbnb guests were involved and we will be suspending any guest's accounts that appear to be connected to this incident".More news: Arsene Wenger pinpoints one United weakness that caused PSG defeat