Frat brothers caught breaking into SeaWorld after hours

Spring breakers scaled a wall, stole ice cream and tried to find animals to take photos with

Asians behaving badly... frat bros break into SeaWorld edition! No, seriously. This week in San Antonio, a group of spring breakin' college fraternity brothers were arrested for trespassing into SeaWorld after hours in a possible attempt to take photos with the animals. That's right. Animal selfies.

Spring Break-in: college students caught overnight at SeaWorld

According to police, 23-year-old Duc Thien Nguyen and Huy Quan Mai, apparently students at the University of Houston, were part of a group that scaled the walls SeaWorld San Antonio, broke into a storage area to eat ice cream, and unsuccessfully tried to find animals to take photos with. Three other students got away.

SAPD investigators said five unidentified males in their 20s broke into SeaWorld San Antonio just after 2 a.m.

It’s believed they were carrying out a prank that could be connected to the park’s animals. However, SAPD investigators said they could only prove the men broke into a storage area and ate ice cream.

SeaWorld officials said the park did not find any animals harmed Wednesday morning.

The men were spotted by park security, who then called San Antonio police. Officers chased after the five intruders. Police said they caught two of the men.
Nguyen and Mai, who claim to be fraternity brothers at UH, were charged with criminal trespass and theft under $500 -- the cops could only get them on the ice cream thieving. They were each being held Wednesday morning on $800 bail. The other three suspects remain at-large.

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