Logan Paul has once again acted like an irresponsible jerk in a forest, only this time he was apprehended by officials and ticketed.
An official for the U.S. National Parks Service in Yosemite tells The Blast Paul was cited over the weekend after one of their Rangers allegedly witnessed the YouTube star and his friends riding around the park on top of a school bus while sitting inside tents that were fastened to the roof.
Paul was in Yosemite with a group of friends celebrating his 23rd birthday, and he brought his infamous blue school bus -- dubbed "The Cool Bus" -- along for the trip.
The official told us riding on top of the bus "Wasn't the smartest or safest thing to do," and says when Rangers confronted the group Paul took responsibility. We're told he was cited for an "illegal operation," which only amounts to a small fine. Paul was seen outside ol' blue while getting written up.
The tent stunt apparently wasn't his only run in with the law, because we're told Rangers had to reprimand Paul about parking his bus across multiple parking spaces while he was in town.
As we reported, the YouTube star is still trying to recover from a global backlash after he filmed a video inside Japan's infamous "suicide forest."