According to the authorities, a man climbed the New York Times building on Tuesday and put a small knife to his neck before he was taken into custody.
According to the authorities, Darrow Erikksan, 31, climbed around fifty feet up the ladder-like facade of the newspaper’s offices located at W. 40 Street and Eighth Avenue around 7:30 p.m.
According to the police, he threatened to injure himself while holding a knife to his neck.
The cops that responded were successful in bringing him down to the more secure area of the street, where he was then arrested.
According to the police, Erikksan was charged with trespassing, criminal possession of a weapon, and reckless endangerment.
The police took him to Bellevue Hospital for a mental health evaluation.