For the second time in the last couple weeks, a Florida teen was arrested for delivering an RKO.

Gianny Sosa-Hernandez was recently arrested after a video of him taking off his shirt and jumping into a display at a mall and wrestling with an alligator prop. It comes just days after the 18-year old student attempted a WWE “finishing move” on his school’s principal.

The video shows the teen picking up the fake gator, tossing it into a small pond in the display before jumping off a rock, landing an elbow onto the prop. The so-called tough guy the picked it up and performed the RKO, which is named after WWE wrestler Randy (Randal) Keith Orton.

Miami-Dade Police Department said in a statement that “he pretended to wrestle the alligator and later posted the video on social media platforms.” They went on to say that the student “damaged the display alligator,” which is valued at over $3500.

Crikey, that is an expensive crock, I mean gator.

About a week ago Sosa-Hernandez was arrested after he attempted to perform the same wrestling maneuver on his high school principal. He was charged with batter on a specified official/employee and interference with an educational institution.


When Sosa-Hernandez appeared in court for his latest RKO incident he faced the same judge who slammed him for his recent activates.

“You got to find something else to do. I mean, really,” Miami-Dad Circuit Court Judge Renatha Francis said. “You’re just going to keep coming back here and keep being a media sensation for all the wrong reasons.”

Let’s hope the 18-year old isn’t hearing voices in his head like the first line of Orton’s entrance theme says.