A 26-year-old foreigner has been sentenced to one year in prison and subsequent expulsion from the Czech Republic for four years for having thrown bricks down from a roof of a building in the centre of Prague, server iDnes.cz reported yesterday.

Prague, Dec 7 (CTK) – A 26-year-old foreigner has been sentenced to one year in prison and subsequent expulsion from the Czech Republic for four years for having thrown bricks down from a roof of a building in the centre of Prague, server iDnes.cz reported yesterday.
The court also ordered the culprit, a Latvian national, to pay 34,000 crowns worth of compensation for the damage he caused to to the building.
A psychiatrist told the court that the man, Vilnis Kozlovskis, pretended suffering from hallucinations but in fact his behaviour was determined by his labile and manipulative nature.
On June 9, the man climbed up the roof of a building belonging to the National Theatre, starting to take bricks out of the roof and throwing them down one after another, without wounding anyone.
A raid police unit succeeded in taking the man down from the roof after 14 hours of negotiations.
After pacifying him with a taser, they handed him to medical rescuers. Doctors detected THC, amphetamine and benzodiazepine in his body, all substances proving his previous consumption of illegal drugs.
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