The calls ‘lords’ and ‘ladies’ They are great characters that for years have become increasingly present on social networks, and without a doubt the one that has caused the most controversy in the last few hours has been ‘Lady Chichen Itzá’, who was booed and sanctioned for climbing the pyramid in Yucatán.
In videos that are already circulating on various social networks such as TikTok and Twitter, you can see the exact moment in which a woman decided to play funny by jumping the security cordon and going up to the temple of Kukulcán to dance on the pyramid.
A woman climbed the Kukulcan Pyramid at Chichen Itza
As you well know, since 2008 and for conservation reasons tourists are not allowed to climb the pyramid of Chichen Itza. However, it seems that the woman in the video did not care and she decided to go up to said Mayan construction despite the indications.
In a first video we can see how the now called ‘Lady Chichén Itzá’ -who apparently was a woman originally from Baja California- climbed the pyramid by jumping and she began to make fun of the people downstairs who were booing her for not respecting the rules of the place.
They took her out of the place between boos and even pulling her hair
On the other hand, we can see the moment in which a person in the place climbs up the lady who, quite proud, begins to be escorted to the exit. Of course not without first receive various insults, hair pulling and even a good dunk for being disrespectful.
“Sacrifice!”, “Prison” and more insults this lady received for climbing pyramids. Something that goes beyond reminding us of scenes from ‘Game of Thrones’, it also makes it clear to us why we cannot have nice things in our country.
The clip in question goes:
You will have to pay a fine that could be thousands of pesos
According to the Federal Law on Archaeological, Artistic and Historical Monumentsin their article 55 they indicate that people who “damage immovable archaeological monuments or violate the aforementioned legislation will receive a sanction”, which ranges from 100 to 50 thousand pesos.
For now It is not known what was the fine that this woman will have to pay, however, We hope that after this you learn everything that the word “respect” implies. What do you think?
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