Watch the wild moment a group of rebellious boys sneak into iconic Aussie stadium before climbing onto the ROOF and boasting about it
- A group of teens broke into Melbourne’s iconic Marvel Stadium on Sunday night
- The teens ran amok in the closed stadium and boasted about it on social media
- Victorian police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident
A group of rebellious teenagers have filmed themselves breaking into Melbourne‘s iconic Marvel stadium before boasting about the incident to a live audience on social media.
In a video posted to YouTube, the teenager could be seen sneaking through barricades at the closed Docklands stadium on Sunday night.
The intruders then proceeded to parade through empty corridors and onto the stadium’s pitch.
But their most rebellious act came when they decided to climb onto the sky-high roof of the stadium, filming themselves running around behind the lit-up sign.
The brightly-light ‘Marvel Stadium’ could be seen behind the boys as they laugh and run around with Melbourne’s skyline in the background.
A group of teenagers have boasted online about sneaking into Melbourme’s iconic Marvel stadium and climbing onto the roof
The teens (pictured) filmed themselves running onto the ground of the empty stadium on Sunday night
One of the teens gloated there was no security present and that the stunt was ‘probably the easiest thing ever’.
‘We’re here to have fun, not do anything dumb, just explore and take photos,’ he said.
Upon making their way onto the ground of the stadium, one of the teens appealed to viewers to ‘look at this, this is amazing’ before urging people to subscribe to their YouTube channel.
The risk-takers also managed to get hold of a forklift and filmed themselves taking it for a joyride.
The seven-minute video attracted more than 5,000 views and 120 comments.
Victoria Police said in a statement it was aware of a video circulating on social media which showed youths accessing a sports venue in Docklands.
Police confirmed it was investigating the exact circumstances surrounding the incident however, no official report has been made.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential report online at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au.
The bold youths managed to climb onto the stadium’s roof during the incident