The NYPD has arrested a second person who was allegedly involved in last week's D train cricket incident.

Brooklyn resident Jahkif Wright, 20, has been charged with reckless endangerment and obstructing government administration in connection with the stunt, in which self-proclaimed "actress" Zaida Pugh released crickets and worms onboard a crowded D train car for a viral prank video.

Pugh was arrested earlier this week and hit with a number of charges, including reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct. Wright's role in the incident is unclear. He has an open criminal case for gang assault and menacing from last year, according to the Daily News.

Police say at least one more person may be charged in connection with the prank.