Florida Man’s Issues With Spelling End Up With Him Being Arrested
It’s a lesson that Florida Man should have learned in school – proper spelling is important. In this case, improper spelling ended up with Florida Man getting arrested.
Of course, this being Florida Man, there were some other extenuating circumstances to go along with the spelling issues.
FLORIDA MAN STRIKES AGAIN!
DATELINE – DeSoto County and the Saga of an as-yet Unidentified Florida Man.
Impersonating police officers is nothing new. You hear about it all the time, and not just in Florida.
The Florida man was cited this week for driving a truck that was painted to look very, very similar to a border patrol vehicle. From the color scheme to the lights that he had on it to the logo on the side of the door.
Well, the driver was pulled over a few days ago, cited under a law that deals with prohibited vehicle lights that resemble those of law enforcement or other officials, according to the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office.
And then shortly thereafter, the sheriff’s office posted photos of that truck on social media that was in an attempt to raise awareness about people impersonating authorities. Photos of the white truck showed the logo on the side panel plus a diagonal green stripe down the side of the cab, and it also had red and blue lights.
The Sheriff’s Office Takes To Social Media
This vehicle had been seen in several counties. The tip off that this wasn’t an official vehicle was that instead of saying “Border Patrol,” it said “Booty Patrol.”
It’s clearly there in big green letters – “BOOTY PATROL.”
Well, anyway, the driver not identified, as we said, at least not as of yet.
Now, in the social media post from the sheriff’s office with the pictures, someone came on and said, I know for a fact that that vehicle has never pulled anyone over while claiming to be a law enforcement official.
Makes me think that that person might know exactly who owns that truck.