Idiot tourist gets hit over head with stick for climbing Mayan temple

When traveling to a foreign country, there is one thing you should automatically know, never to do…

And that’s a mess with old historic buildings that are completely off-limits.

For one, everyone should know about the Mayan Temple of Kukulcan Pyramid at Chichen Itza. We learn this sort of thing in third grade, so anyone with at least a minimal amount of brain cells should know that this is one of the oldest standing structures in the world, and not a giant jungle gym.

But alas, this unnamed Pole doesn’t need to have brain cells because he challenged himself to scale the Mayan temple… and boy did he pay the price.

Climbing the limestone steps of the Mayan temple has been banned since 2008, a year after the site was named one of UNESCO’s New 7 Wonders of the World.

According to Mexico Daily Post, The tourist first tried to enter the restricted area to take some pictures.

And then he continued to climb the steps.

As you can see, the man was shown being escorted down the steps by two officers while the crowd scolded him from below.

Even a shirtless guy holding a cane that looks like Buford Pusser’s cane go high You can see him approach the perpetrator and hit him on the head with it. A true vigilante right there.

Jose Arturo Chab Cardenas of the Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia told the outlet the tourist was detained for 12 hours and fined 5,000 pesos, about $265.

Needless to say, the Pole got away easily with law enforcement.

However, if a few more guys with sticks were around, things could have FAST got even uglier. Idiot tourist gets hit over head with stick for climbing Mayan temple

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