Thousands of dollars worth of furniture were dumped fromÂ two Delray YachtÂ Cruise ships into the Intracoastal Waterway early Thursday by a man whom Delray BeachÂ police say climbed aboard after untying the boats.
The evidence, police say, is a surveillance video, showing 35-year-oldÂ Stevie W.J. Bunn tossing chairs and tables overboard from the boats, near East Atlantic Avenue, then smashing a fire extinguisher into the camera.
Bunn, a Delray Beach resident, faces multiple burglary and larceny charges, according to court records. He is being held in the Palm Beach County Jail on a $12,000 bond.
Video shows BunnÂ meandering through one of the boats, Delray Beach police say, before breaking aÂ lifesaver ring and tearingÂ a custom bench cushion, causing about $1,500 in damage to it.
When police showed Bunn the video he said,Â “Those are my tattoos, and that is my hat,” according to the report. He told police he was off his medication, though, and did not remember the incident,
Police say he tossed nearly $6,000 worth of furniture into the water, thenÂ made two peace signs toward the surveillance camera. Bunn then tookÂ a fire extinguisher, according to the police report, andÂ smashed it into the surveillance camera.
The company hired aÂ diver to remove the furniture from the water, costing another $400, according to the police report.
Bunn is slated to appear before a Palm Beach County judge again Sept. 19.