YouTuber Arrested For Stunt Where Fireworks Were Shot From a Helicopter

A California man was arrested earlier this week for a video he shot and uploaded to YouTube that involved shooting fireworks from an in-flight helicopter.The video’s director, Suk Min Choi was charged with one count of planet of an explosive on an aircraft after he directed the video, which involved two women in a helicopter repeatedly shooting fireworks at a Lamborghini. Choi shot the video last year and had also not acquired filming permits for its creation, according to a press release posted on the United States Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California.The video is aptly named “Destroying a Lamborghini with Fireworks” and involves Choi pressing a button labeled “fire missiles” while two women in a helicopter repeatedly shoot fireworks at a Lamborghini.Choi also didn’t do himself any favors from a legal standpoint when he posted the video. Throughout the video, he makes several references to himself coordinating the shoot, including saying he directed it. He also thanks a camera company at one point for “being part of my crazy stupid ideas.”

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Choi appeared in United States District Court in downtown Los Angeles Thursday after his arrest Wednesday. His arrangement is expected to happen in the coming weeks.

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