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    TikTokers post viral video of themselves breaking into Knott’s Berry Farm
    • May 30, 2024

    A pair of teenage boys who hopped the fence at Knott’s Berry Farm so they could ride roller coasters and thrill rides for free shouldn’t be hard to find after they posted clear images of their faces in a viral TikTok video with 1.4 million views.

    The trespassing incident at the Buena Park theme park took place on May 20, according to the Buena Park Police Department.

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    Buena Park Police are seeking the public’s help identifying the two teenagers who posted the TikTok video after hopping a fence to break into Knott’s Berry Farm. Anyone with information should call 714-562-3902.

    The teens used fire hydrants and trees to climb over the perimeter fence to the park and drop into the Camp Snoopy construction zone where Knott’s is building a new family coaster and other kiddie rides. Once inside the park, they rode the Silver Bullet roller coaster and the Supreme Scream drop tower.

    The teens posted the video of themselves breaking into Knott’s to TikTok under the username @Shawty_Grandmaa — which has 19,000 followers and 1.2 million likes.

    Other TikTok videos posted by Shawty_Grandmaa show the teens breaking into Dodger Stadium, SoFi Stadium and Intuit Dome as well as climbing the Oceanside Plaza skyscrapers in Downtown Los Angeles, according to KTLA.

    ​ Orange County Register