SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ – Christopher Angulo, the man who scaled the Jet Star roller coaster months after it was tossed into the Atlantic Ocean by Superstorm Sandy is at it again. This time, he climbed the 100-foot tall Skycoaster and swinging bungie ride on the Casino Pier. Angulo climbed up the ride at 5 a.m. on Monday. Seaside Heights Police Chief Thomas Boyd described Angulo as “all over the map”.
Eventually, he came down and was charged with trespassing.
Twitter then raged on Angulo for having an American flag in his hand during his climb.
— New York Post (@nypost) June 22, 2020
Chris is protesting this morning on top of a ride tower at Seaside Casino Pier. He says he will come down after he secures an attorney to go over what he calls unfair charges against him by local police. @News12NJ he also sent us a photo of the view pic.twitter.com/OaxY1va9rT
— Jim Murdoch News12NJ (@ReporterJim) June 22, 2020