Why be a regular ol' subway performer when you could fling your body from the Williamsburg Bridge instead? This must have been what "aerial artist" Seanna Sharpe thought before she got arrested for her illegal sky-high performance. But like a true performer, Sharpe didn not let the fuzz interfere with her fifteen minutes. Even after she was put in cuffs, she managed to shout words of encouragement ("Don't be afraid! You can do anything you want to!") to onlookers, giving them hugs and kisses, and managing to pull a human-hula-hoop move with her arms to leave her hands cuffed in the front. Now that's talent. [Animal New York]