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According to the Daily Intelligencer, 16-year-old Justin Casqujeo snuck past the $40 million security system—which included four layers and a guard who, unfortunately, was sleeping—eventually making it all the way to the spire around 4 a.m. on Sunday. Casquejo reportedly crawled through a hole in the fence, used the elevator to access the 88th floor then stairs to 104th floor. He accomplished this feat off without an I.D.
Casquejo was eventually charged with misdemeanor trespassing. The elevator operator was reassigned, and the sleeping guard was fired. Meanwhile, Casquejo is learning what it's like to experience 15 seconds of fame:
I come back to the weirdest shit on twitter.— Justin (@JustinCasquejo) March 17, 2014
[via Daily Intelligencer]