A man told who was arrested at Disney Park and allegedly refused temperature checks According to a body video released by the Washington Post this week, the authorities stated that he could not order to leave the resort because he paid $15,000 at the resort.
“I paid $15,000. If I pay $15,000, you will not be able to break into me.” The man was called Kelly Sills by the police, and he told the police in Disney Springs, Florida.
According to a police report from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department quoted by NBC News, a tourist from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Sears (Sills) escaped a medical examination at Disney Springs in February and requested a request from a Disney employee Shi refused to check his temperature.
According to the network, when he was outside the houseboat restaurant, representatives and a Disney Springs security manager approached Sears. According to reports, Hilles had a dispute with the safety manager, who then told him that he was “no longer welcomed by the park today.”
According to the “Post” report, in the later part of the video, after hearing the request of Sears (Sills), he must first kick his body temperature out.
“Please accept my temperature before kicking me out?” According to the “Post” report, he asked in the video.
An agent replied: “They will do this in prison.”
“Well, that’s great,” Sears said.
NBC News quoted Orange County court records as saying that Keele pleaded not guilty to the crime of misdemeanor and trespass.
In an interview with The Washington Post, Hills said that he would be “very happy” to take a temperature check, but he accidentally walked into the exit without realizing his mistake. He also accused the security manager of escalating the incident and compared Disney’s security with the Nazis and the Mafia.
However, he did admit that he was “a little in the mood” the day after the trip.
The incident occurred in Florida, which has greatly relaxed the coronavirus restrictions throughout the state.
Last month, spring break tourists flocked to Miami Beach, prompting the city to Declare a state of emergency Because a lot of people gather.
A report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week found the number of COVID-19 cases in Florida caused by a variant of the virus More than doubled In the past two weeks. On March 20, the state became the third state to arrive 2 million coronavirus infections, Following California and Texas.
The Disney Spring incident is the latest in a series of incidents involving a customer’s refusal to comply with COVID-19 restrictions.
In February, security footage captured workers at a grocery store in Colorado Get hit in the face After asking shoppers to wear a mask.according to Denver’s Fox affiliate station, KDVR, An employee of a King Soopers grocery store asked a customer to wear a mask, prompt the shopper to give the employee a tacky name, and then slap her.
Last summer, a Colorado woman Caught the camera After she was asked to leave a liquor store, she was called a “Nazi” employee because she refused to comply with the store’s mask policy.
In February, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration Authorized fined passengers People who refuse to comply with the mask requirements of the public transportation system.