A teen who threw a 6-yr-outdated boy off a balcony at the Tate Modern museum in London in August pleaded responsible on Friday to a single depend of tried murder, according to the authorities.

The teenager, Jonty Bravery, from the Ealing region west of London, admitted at London’s Aged Bailey felony court docket to throwing the unknown boy at the artwork museum with the intention of killing him so he could be on the news, according to a news launch from the Crown Prosecution Provider, which handles felony prosecutions in both of those England and Wales.

Mr. Bravery, 18, will be sentenced on Feb. 17, the release claimed.

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The boy, a French citizen, was checking out England with his relatives on Aug. 4 when Mr. Bravery tossed him from the artwork gallery’s 10th-ground viewing platform, the release reported.



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