Villalobos sparked outrage when he flouted rules prohibiting visitors from scaling the 98-foot Mayan temple of Kukulcan, which was named one of the New 7 Wonders of the World by UNESCO in 2007.
She was seen in a TikTok video dancing on the stairs to the top of the pyramid and entering the temple before she was heard to loud jeers from the crowd of onlookers.
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Angry onlookers hurled abuse at the rule-breaker, calling him an “a-hole” and “idiot” in Spanish, and demanded he be jailed.
Some particularly angry witnesses went so far as to spray Villalobos with water, knock the hat off his head and pull his blonde hair as he was taken away by officers from the Mexican Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH). was going.
The viral stunt has mocked the unknown culprit “Lady Chichen Itza” on social media sites.
The Maya pyramids, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, have been off-limits to visitors since 2008 for conservation purposes.
The National Institute of Anthropology and History said on Monday that there was no damage to the temple known as El Castillo.
Fines of anywhere from $2,500 to more than $5,000 are imposed by Mexico’s federal law on monuments and archeological, artistic and historical areas for accessing the site without authorization.
The Step Pyramid was built by the Maya civilization between the 8th and 12th centuries AD as a temple to the winged serpent god Kukulcan.
In 2021, a woman from Tijuana, Mexico, was fined for allegedly climbing the same pyramid while intoxicated.