The Brooklyn Eagle reports that Max Layton and Bairn Sweeny, the teens charged in the torching of P.S. 29s playground, were attempting to film a Jackass style video when the fire spread beyond their control.
Brooklyn Eagle: Four teens who allegedly set fire to a school playground in Cobble Hill were attempting to film a video showing one of them sliding through a ring of fire, according to FDNY.
Fire Department spokesperson Frank Dwyer told the Brooklyn Eagle that two boys — Max Layton and Bairn Sweeny, both 16 — were charged as adults for setting the new playground equipment at P.S. 29 ablaze while staging the stunt in the early hours of Sunday, May 8. Two girls, both 13 and also at the scene of the crime, were charged as juveniles, according to Dwyer.
“The four had combustible material and rubbing alcohol. They poured alcohol on the jungle gym slide and lit a fire. The slide and the mat caught fire,” Dwyer said. “They caused tens of thousands of damage to the playground.”
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