On a sunny June morning, Jenol Sealy, a 23-year-old welder from New Jersey, kept police tangled in a cat and mouse chase along the suspension cables of New York City’s Brooklyn Bridge for nearly three hours. The incident, which took place at the height of rush hour, temporarily shuts down the bridge. Sealy reportedly climbs the bridge because of problems with his wife, however, he quickly separates himself from bridge jumpers past. With the waters of the East River 200 feet below him, and scores of police officers in chase, Sealy mystifies with acrobatics that span both sides of the Brooklyn Bridge rigging. Police eventually negotiate Sealy’s surrender with the promise of a “Heineken beer and cigarettes.” While being taken into custody, Sealy tells relieved cops, “I have issues” and was taken to Kings County Hospital for psychiatric evaluation.