A man accused of stripping naked and harassing people while doing acrobatic moves at a San Francisco BART station in May was ordered to stand trial on seven felony and misdemeanor charges.
A friend of 24-year-old naked acrobat Yeiner Perez Garizabalo described him as “very depressed” as he sits in jail after pleading not guilty earlier this week to two felony and four misdemeanor charges.
BART police announced Wednesday that retired Police Chief Patrick Oliver, a leading law-enforcement consultant, will begin an assessment on the department’s reforms this July.
A man accused of stripping naked and harassing people while doing acrobatic moves at a BART station in San Francisco last month pleaded not guilty Tuesday to seven felony and misdemeanor charges.
24-year-old Yeiner Perez is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday afternoon on charges of false imprisonment, battery, and sexual battery following an incident at the 16th Street BART Station.
While nearly everyone has already seen the viral video of the wild and crazed naked guy terrorizing BART commuters at the 16th Street Station in San Francisco, hardly anyone who uses the station is surprised.
A man who allegedly stripped naked and harassed a number of BART commuters inside a San Francisco station last month is likely now facing deportation, according to published reports.
BART’s Deputy Police Chief defended his agency’s response to an incident at the 16th Street Mission station last month in which a naked acrobat allegedly harassed several passengers and employees.
The man, identified as 24-year-old acrobat Yeiner Perez, can be seen lunging at people, doing handstands and backflips at the BART station on 16th and Mission.