Logan Paul Reportedly Apprehended For "Illegal Operation" In Yosemite Forest
3 April 2018, 14:14 | Updated: 3 April 2018, 16:11
Another day, another forrest.
Logan Paul was apprehended and ticketed by park officials in Yosemite Forest this weekend for an "illegal operation," after rangers allegedly saw the controversial YouTuber riding around the UNESCO World Heritage Site in tents fastened to the roof of a bus.
According to media site The Blast, Logan, who turned 23 this weekend, was cited for an "illegal operation," which usually leads to a small fine. Rangers who spoke to The Blast said that riding on top of a bus "wasn't the smartest or safest thing to do," but said that Logan took responsibility when confronted.
Logan was also given a slap on the wrist by officials after he parked his bus across five individual parking spots. However, after explaining to the ranger that it was "his birthday," he was let off without a ticket. Logan made no mention of being cited by park rangers in the blog he made about visiting Yosemite, however the ranger shown in his vlog is not the same ranger seen writing Logan a ticket in the images above, suggesting there were two separate incidents.
We have reached out to the National Park Service for comment