Pa. man arrested for jumping through port-a-potty roof in viral video

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NORTH WILDWOOD, N.J. — A man who was recorded on video jumping from a seawall in North Wildwood and smashing through the roof of a port-a-potty toilet last month has been tracked down by police and issued summonses, authorities said.

PRESS RELEASE - On 3/2/20, North Wildwood Police arrested Robert Daniels, 26, from Philadelphia and charged him with criminal mischief and disorderly conduct for jumping from the seawall into the top of a port-a-potty at Pine & Olde NJ Ave in this video that occurred on 2/23/20

- North Wildwood PD (@NorthWildwoodPD) March 3, 2020

The 26-year-old Philadelphia resident leaped onto and crashed through the roof of the portable toilet at the corner of Pine & Olde New Jersey Avenues on Feb. 23, North Wildwood police said Tuesday.

Police arrested him Monday and charged him with criminal mischief and disorderly conduct. The toilet was in place near the seawall because a polar bear plunge event took place in North Wildwood a day earlier.

The short clip was sent to BarstoolSports.com and has been viewed nearly 300,000 times. North Wildwood police retweeted the video in announcing the arrest.