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A woman in a condo balcony asks a video police investigation of a hurling chair.



A video showing a young woman throwing anger and urging police investigations while throwing a chair at a downtown condo balcony.

This video, posted on weekends on Facebook on the weekend titled "Good Morning," shows a woman looking into the balcony throwing a folding chair on the fast moving Gardiner Highway and Lakeshore Boulevard.

The chair does not know whether it will cause a car or an accident because the video is cut off before landing on the highway.

The woman throws a chair upstairs in the condo. It is unclear what the exact building is, but it is likely to be a tower on York Street. Not far from Scotiabank Arena, one of the most densely populated areas in the Toronto downtown core.

The Toronto Police Service received a video on Sunday and said it is working behind the scenes that could be a thrown chair now.

Because the scene gets more complicated, it does not tell when the video was shot, but it looks like it has been at least a few months since the snow is not visible.

You can see that the chair is spinning on the way to the highway. (Lisa Calderon / Facebook)

Const. David Hopkinson wrote on Twitter that updates will come later on Monday.

Last week, CBC reported about residents of downtown Condo Towers that were thrilled by neighbors in neighboring buildings, throwing garbage cans, bottles of liquor, or vomiting on balconies.


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