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He said San Francisco police, who have a station a block away from the 16th Street station, arrived seven minutes after a station agent reported the incident and BART police one minute later, eight minutes after it was reported. Trost said Perez allegedly kicked and pushed a BART employee and then grabbed and pushed an elderly female customer, injuring her lower back. After Perez was arrested, he was transported to San Francisco General Hospital for observation, she said. BART also has learned that shortly before the incident inside the station, Perez was jumping on cars on the street outside the station, Trost said. He was clothed at that time, she said. After Perez was released from the hospital, he was booked on suspicion of one count of misdemeanor battery, Trost said. Perez could face additional misdemeanor counts if more victims come forward, Trost said.
A frame grab from the video shot in BART's 16th Street Mission Station in San Francisco shows naked acrobat Yeiner Perez accosting people in the station and performing acrobatic moves in and around the turn-styles. A frame grab from the video shot in BART's 16th Street Mission Station in San Francisco shows naked acrobat Yeiner Perez accosting people in the station and performing acrobatic moves in and around the. San Francisco prosecutors are considering whether to file charges against a year-old circus performer after a video surfaced that shows him accosting several people while naked and doing acrobatics at a BART station last month. By Wednesday, more than , people had viewed it. It shows a naked man lunge at, grab and attack several passengers.
A trained gymnast whose naked acrobatics and harassment of passengers at a San Francisco public transit station became a YouTube hit has been arrested. Yeiner Alberto Perez Garizabalo, 24, was caught on video doing handstands and contortions on turnstiles and front flips off a concrete newsstand - all in the nude - at a Bay Area Rapid Transit District station on May Video that drew more than half a million hits on YouTube shows dozens of people watching idly or ignoring Garizabalo as he accosted at least three passengers during his gymnastics routine, putting a man in a headlock and charging two women before being arrested by BART police. Garizabalo was committed to a nearby hospital after his arrest but no police report was filed and he was released the following day, said Stephanie Ong Stillman, spokeswoman for the San Francisco district attorney's office.