Five teenagers were arrested yesterday and charged with reckless endangerment after cops caught them breakdancing at a subway station in Williamsburg, according to the NYPD.

Authorities say Khyle’shalah Droughn, 19, Teauan Buttler, 19, Donell Charles, 17, Tedvaun Love, 16 and Rasheen Wilson, 16, were nabbed at around 5:14 p.m. yesterday for allegedly breakdancing on the platform at the J train station at Hewes Street and Broadway. They were hauled off by officers, along with three underage teenagers who were not charged. An NYPD spokesperson told us the five remaining teens were charged with reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct, and confirmed that the arrests were part of a recent NYPD crackdown on subway breakdancers.

JPUpdates originally reported the incident, and captured part of the arrest on video:

The NYPD has been notably cracking down on illegal subway performers this year (not to be confused with performers who are operating legally), with Police Commissioner Bill Bratton claiming subway breakdancers have a "potential both for creating a level of fear as well as a level of risk."