Daniel Boria, a skydiver, hit upon an unusual way to advertise his cleaning business.
He blew up 120 helium balloons, strapped them to a $20 lawn chair, and went up, up, up and away, over Calgary. As he soared over 5,000 feet in the air, he saw airplanes landing below him. He started to worry he was going too high so he parachuted to the ground, suffering a minor ankle injury. Upon landing he was promptly arrested by Calgary police who charged him with mischief to property and mischief to people.
Cool, crazy, reckless and somewhat stupid come to mind when describing his actions. Criminal not so much.
Hopefully he generates enough additional cleaning jobs to pay a lawyer to get the charges dismissed.