A tourist was almost lynched in Chichén-Itzá for climbing a restricted pyramid: “jail or sacrifice”, they shouted at him

A tourist who climbed the pyramid of Kukulcan in Chichen-Itza, Yucatan, She could earn a fine of 50,000 to 100 pesos, in addition to the insults that those who witnessed how she broke the law uttered to her.

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The above after the woman went up and danced in one of the pyramids that are restricted.

Those present, enraged, began to insult her, until the local authorities arrived, who escorted her out, since they almost lynched her.

On social media, netizens called her #LadyChichénItzá, going viral fast.

The Institute of Anthropology and History explained that the woman received an administrative sanction for the time being, although they did not clarify whether she would be charged the 100,000 pesos that she would be entitled to according to the Federal Law of Archaeological, Artistic and Historical Monuments.

Since 2008, visitors to some archaeological zones are prohibited from climbing certain monuments to preserve them.

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