I found this on the internet at Yahoo. Poor poor kid. A Central Florida teenager is in hot water, after trying to cool off at Universal Studios' Islands of Adventure. The incident happened on March 28 at the Ripsaw Falls ride, WESH NewsChannel 2 reported. Christian Clark, 17, said he was visiting the park over spring break, and he said he was hot while standing in line. Clark said he saw a valve, slightly over his head, so he turned it, thinking it would spray him. But according to an Orlando Police report, the sprinkler system valve triggered a fire alarm, which forced the park to shut down and evacuate the ride. Police said Clark willfully and maliciously damaged park property, but Clark said it was an innocent mistake, and he claimed the valve said main drain and had no warning. Clark's father said he's upset because the park didn't call him until four hours after the incident and angry about the way his son was treated at the park and Orange County Juvenile Assessment Center. He claimed his son was never allowed to call him or given anything to eat. Clark's trial is scheduled for June 12.