Two teens in California broke into an unfinished billion-dollar NBA arena in the middle of the night, had fun with the new basketball hoops, and recorded the whole thing to put on their social media.

The teens were inside of the Intuit Dome, the soon-to-be home of the Clippers, which is located In Inglewood, California. They got in by climbing an orange work ladder outside of the venue, their video showed.

They recorded themselves walking around the empty stadium's hallways and bleachers, and then shot some basketballs on an unfinished court.

One of the suspects, who wore Los Angeles Lakers pajama pants and Crocs, used work buckets to try and slam dunk a ball before he sprayed a fire extinguisher at the hoop.

They were then seen climbing the bridge through the rafters before making their way to the roof. As the video ended, the two posed for the camera, showing their faces and a panoramic shot of the city's skyline before the video ended.

Inglewood Mayor James E. Butts has since identified the pair and their parents.

“It will be very clear to these young men — and to people who are TikTok followers — that you have a moment of TikTok greatness followed by a little bit of misery. And so we don’t play around with these things,” Butts told ABC 7.

“When you have construction sites, they’re nuisances and they attract kids and they attract people who wants to steal tools,” Butts added. “The fact of the matter is, that’s what happens when you build a major project.”

Butts said security has been increased at the arena construction site.

“What’s going to happen is they’re going to increase the off-construction hour times security,” Butts told Fox 11 Los Angeles.

The two's social media shows them sneaking into sporting venues around the country.

One video from July 2023 shows one of the two jumping a fence at SoFi Stadium and making his way onto the field while another records him in step.

In another video posted in August showed the same teens sneak into Dodgers Stadium and recorded themselves on the field - this time in broad daylight.

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