Tourists: if they're not being put into headlocks in Bed-Stuy, or starting fires in midtown hotels, or partying down with Drake and Chris Brown, then they're probably falling off Belvedere Castle in Central Park. Which is exactly what happened to Christian Lopez today.

Lopez, a 35-year-old from Fairfax, Va., mangled his arm when he fell 20-30 feet from the castle, located near the 79th Street Transverse Road. Witness Jonathan Samter told the News that Lopez had been climbing without ropes or protective gear. “He fell off and landed in the rocks and glass below the castle,” he added. Lopez was taken to New York Presbyterian Hospital—and he was issued a trespassing summons for being in the restricted park area. Onlooker and NY native Grady Lennox summed it up: "That's just stupid, that's dangerous. But I guess it's hard to find rocks to climb in the middle of the city."