Video of a parachuting stunt at One World Trade Center that led to the arrests of four men has surfaced online.
The clip dated September 30th of last year shows the point of view of someone jumping from the tower's roof and parachuting onto West Street.
Andrew Rossig, Marko Markovich, Kyle Hartwell, and James Brady are now accused of taking part in the jump.
Police say at the time, Brady was a construction worker at the World Trade Center.
All four men surrendered to police in Manhattan on Monday.
They are charged with burglary, reckless endangerment and jumping from a structure.
Prosecutors say three of the men snuck into One World Trade's construction site and climbed to the top of the building, while the fourth served as a lookout on the street.
"Two fences were open and there was just a tarp hanging in front of it. So it wasn't really any effort on our part. We just kind of walked in," Rossig said.
"That was one of the first things my client said to me was how surprised he was at how there was no security whatsoever, how easy it was to walk right up there. And something that the mayor has recently described as the number one terrorist target in the world," said Rossig's attorney, Tim Parlatore.
Police Commissioner William Bratton says the four men put themselves and others in danger and warns that "being a thrill-seeker does not give immunity from the law."
The arrests come days after 16-year-old Justin Casquejo was accused of sneaking into One World Trade and climbing to the roof.