According to a video tape released this week by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, a Louisiana tourist complained that he spent $15,000 on a Disney World vacation but was arrested for refusing to take a temperature check at Disney Springs and was arrested during the vacation. It’s messy.
Kelly Sills, 47, of Baton Rouge, pleaded not guilty to the charge of trespass following the February 13 incident. According to the arrest report, Sears skipped the temperature screening tent, refused to go back, and would not leave the property at the request of Disney and the Sheriff’s Office. The authorities met him face to face outside his houseboat restaurant.
When the delegates accompanied Sears to leave, Sears changed his mind and stated that he was willing to undergo a temperature check after all.
“Please accept my temperature before kicking me out?”
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An agent seemed to say: “Sir, they will do this in prison.”
“Well, that’s great,” Sears said.
Hills’ lawyers declined to comment on the pending case on Thursday.
According to a recent report by the Orlando Sentinel, Sears was one of the few men arrested for the pandemic earlier this year because they refused to comply with Disney’s strict health regulations during the coronavirus pandemic. According to the police chief’s arrest report, when a man was asked to cover his face on the contemporary resort property, a man vomited a Disney security guard.
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Disney spokeswoman Andrea Finger said in a previous statement that since the reopening of Disney World, most guests have complied with regulations, requiring masks, social evacuations and temperature checks.
Finger said in a statement: “Millions of guests visit our theme park every year. In rare cases, if something of this nature happens, we will hold them accountable.”
The video shows that the Disney Hot Springs safety manager said in a frustrated tone that after Sears argued with him, “he will have to continue working”.
“What’s the reason?” Sears said, standing still, looking at his phone.
An agent said: “Sir, this is private property.”
Another official said: “You have been formally hacked.”
“I spent $15,000,” Sills said as he was handcuffed.
“All you have to do is check the temperature. That’s it!” A person can be heard.
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Hills asked his companions to record a video of his arrest, But the human body camera that has been represented has been shot on film.
“I paid $15,000. After being taken away, Shils, a guest at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort, said: “You can’t assault me by paying $15,000. He soon began to work with the sheriff representative. “If I charge you $15,000, I won’t be able to kick you out. …Takes me to jail for 15 Shanda, I am fine…at Disney World, and in front of my children. “