Florida Man Is Stunned To Find Out His “Truck Don’t Surf”
There’s nothing quite like an early-morning walk on the beach. Or if you’re into off-roading, taking a drive on the beach.
However, as a rather stunned Florida Man found out, there are rules for this and consequences when those rules are followed.
Especially if your goal appears to be driving your truck into the ocean to see if it can surf.
FLORIDA MAN STRIKES AGAIN!
DATELINE – Volusia County and the Saga of Florida Man Jason Brzuszkiewicz.
Jason’s actually from New York. But listen, when in Florida….
I like going for walks on the beach and it doesn’t have to be in the summertime. Early morning, maybe it’s a little foggy, a crisp late winter morning, maybe a fall morning. Again, you got a little fog coming in. I don’t love going down to the shore and doing that.
Well, maybe that’s part of what was going on in Brzuszkiewicz’s head.
Because what happened was deputies responded to a call to New Smyrna beach a couple of days ago, a little before 9 AM, reports that a vehicle was driving around a closed gate that said “do not enter” and then went on to the beach without paying the toll fee.
When deputies arrived on the scene, Brzuszkiewicz told them he wanted to drive on the beach. And there’s actually video of him doing that.
He’s a good 15 to 20ft in the water for about 90 seconds before he finally comes to a stop, at which point he tried to turn the vehicle around.
Well, the cops finally did get a hold of him and he said, “It’s not my fault the truck don’t surf.”
The deputy said, but you shouldn’t be driving on the beach when all the gates are closed and the sign says do not enter. At which point Brzuszkiewicz allegedly said, “Can I get in trouble for that?”
Yeah, you can get in trouble for that. You can get arrested for that, as a matter of fact, which is exactly what happened to Brzuszkiewicz.
Arrested and facing charges of failing to pay the access fee, he was transported to the Volusia county branch jail with a bond of $200 and the vehicle was also towed.
Again, you can imagine that conversation in jail. “Hey, tough guy. What are you in here for?” “Ummm, it’s not my fault my truck don’t surf.”