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If their New Year’s resolution was to be banned from a building over a dangerous stunt, congratulations to these daredevils.
A pair of guests at the Grand Hyatt in Nashville, Tennessee, will never again be able to check into the 25-floor hotel after getting caught base-jumping from its rooftop bar on New Year’s Day.
“The hotel immediately engaged local authorities, and the guests were subsequently evicted and banned from the hotel,” the Grand Hyatt said in a statement to Fox 17.
Police are still searching for the perpetrators, both of whom safely parachuted down and swiftly took off in a strategically parked vehicle after the prank, which reportedly prompted “mass panic” among unwilling onlookers.
Nashville resident Amanda Bagley shared now-viral footage she’d captured of the jumpers with ABC affiliate WKRN.
The video shows the two men climbing over tables to access a barrier that would separate bar patrons from the rooftop ledge. A voice in the background of the clip, presumably Bagley’s, can be heard yelling “Oh, my God” several times.
“We vehemently condemn this kind of reckless behavior,” the hotel added in the statement.
The hotel is just blocks from where 63-year-old Anthony Quinn Warner blew up a bomb in an RV on Christmas morning.