Their BYOND username: Unknown Their character name: Tony Moreno Your BYOND username: Shadowtail117 Your character name: Ul'vix Vil'sik Date, time, and game ID of incident: 11/09/2020, ~11:20 AM PDT, b93-cGbT Who else can vouch for the situation: David Armstrong's player, Alexander-090's player, Scotty Rogers' player, Dukica77 What happened: During a relatively-slow and short-staffed shift, Alexander-090 the mechsuit tech made a mech that he was performing tests on in the public hallways. Moreno stole it and proceeded to pilot it around the entirety of the ship (including maintenance) despite being directly told over the radio from both Alexander-090 and the chief engineer, Scotty Rogers to stop piloting and return it, which led to a wild goose chase regarding all three of them. This already is a red flag as he was disobeying not only the mech's owner's but also the ROIC's orders. Over the radio, he expressed rather concerning language, saying that he was going on a "joyride" and laughing while sarcastically replying to Alexander-090/Rogers and (I believe) at one point attempted to physically attack Alexander-090, who had constructed another mech to try and stop him, with the mech's drill. Only when Rogers was forced to bring out an ion rifle and start shooting it at Moreno did he finally get out of the mech, though his language afterward implies that he does not see that he is at fault nor did he take the situation seriously, even calling the others "lunatics". Moreno is 31 years old, and his player has been on the server for a while. This childish behavior is not acceptable, especially during an extended round, and directly contradicts rule 20. Evidence that shows the incident fully (logs, screenshots, recordings, etc.): I served as a bystander for the majority of the event and I'm sure radio logs can easily be brought up. Obviously, Scotty Rogers' and Alexander-090's players are direct witnesses. David Armstrong's player, Gertrude's player (Dukica77), and myself were bystanders to the event, though Armstrong may have witnessed more than I did.