An Arizona man is accused of breaking into a museum storage building and constructing a boxing ring and gym inside the facility, police said.
Anthony Glenn Schweinister, 33, was arrested Sept. 3 by Mesa police and charged with criminal damage and third-degree burglary, according to Maricopa County court records.
Police said Schweinister used bolt cutters to break into a city-owned building used to house items for the Arizona Natural History Museum, KNXV reported.
Schweinister allegedly built a boxing ring and spray painted a giant skull on the floor, according to court records. Prosecutors said Schweinister caused more than $2,000 damage to the building and museum artifacts, KNXV reported.
Police said Schweinister admitted to entering the building "numerous times" to build the ring and gym, the television station reported.
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