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SAN DIEGO — A driver featured in an online video doing stunts up and down the streets of San Diego in a souped-up Volkswagen Beetle pleaded guilty Monday to six misdemeanor charges, including reckless driving, and was sentenced to 49 days in custody.

Blake Wilkey, 27, was ordered to spend two weekends in jail and serve the remainder of his custody on electronic home detention.

Wilkey admitted that he made an online video called “Urban Assault: San Diego Shark Attack,”  in violation of probation for a previous conviction for reckless driving with a .11 percent blood-alcohol content, City Attorney spokesman Gerry Braun said.

Wilkey was charged as a result of a police investigation into the video, which was posted on YouTube, Braun said. It shows Wilkey performing a variety of dangerous stunts on public streets, underpasses and freeway on-ramps in San Diego. Because of his convictions, Wilkey may have his driver’s license suspended for at least six months, Braun said, citing Department of Motor Vehicles regulations.

A judge said Wilkey’s actions during the production of the video put the public in danger.