Has Floriduh! Man been busy? Of course Floriduh! Man has been busy! What are you, a wise guy???
First up, fun and games down on the farm!
— Florida Man (@_FloridaMan) July 11, 2018
From WFLA TV Channel 8:
ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. (WESH) — A St. Johns County, Florida, man has been jailed on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill.
Deputies say Howell Morris, 72, chased down his neighbor on a tractor last month.
The bizarre incident was filmed by the neighbor’s wife.
In the video you can see a man running from the tractor.
It’s all good fun until someone is turned into mulch…
Next up Floriduh! Man misplaces his gator.
— Florida Man (@_FloridaMan) June 23, 2018
Take it away ABC Action News:
LAKEWOOD RANCH, Fla. (AP) — Florida authorities are searching for two suspects after an injured alligator was dumped in a Wawa store.
Manatee County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Dave Bristow as saying the department was alerted to the alligator around 2:30 a.m. Friday. Bristow says the department was told two people had dropped off a three-foot (1-meter) alligator at the Lakewood Ranch convenience store.
“It wasn’t that big, but inside of a store, anything like that is too big,” said customer Fred Stange.
Deputies alerted the Fish and Wildlife Commission, which sent a trapper who removed the gator.
Justin Matthews is a Manatee County wildlife expert. He said the case is rare, but alligators are on the move during June.
“This is mating season for them, the best thing to do is just leave them alone,” said Matthews.
Does Floriduh! Man listen to Alex Jones? Of course Floriduh! Man listens to Alex Jones…
— Florida Sheriffs (@FLSheriffs) July 5, 2018
WFTV ABC Channel 9 come on down!
DELTONA, Fla. – A Deltona man peacefully surrendered Tuesday evening after claiming he planted a bomb at the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office before barricading himself in his home, deputies said.
Deputies said they were called at about 6:30 p.m. to a home on North Worthington Drive near Fort Smith Boulevard and Newmark Drive after the anonymous threat was called in.
Investigators said they also received photos of a cellphone bomb.
Deputies said they saw Nicholas Licausi, 52, wearing a backpack as he closed a mailbox and ran into the home, deputies said. When deputies made contact with Licausi, he told them his neighbor had planted a device outside that was shooting microwaves into his brain, deputies said.
Neighboring homes were evacuated and several nearby streets were closed, investigators said.
The Sheriff’s Office’s bomb squad was called to the home. Deputies and bomb squad units searched the home but did not find any explosive materials. The item Licausi claimed was a bomb was actually an electrical box on a pole, deputies said.
Licausi was treated at the scene for tear gas exposure and minor lacerations, deputies said. He was treated at Halifax Health before being taken to the Volusia County Branch Jail on $10,500 bond.
We end with an example of Floriduh! Man that has everything that makes Florida Floriduh! Really old people, guns, church, and sex!
LACOOCHEE, Fla. (AP) — Investigators in Florida say a 91-year-man thought a pastor was involved with his ex-girlfriend, so he went to the church and confronted them with a gun.
An arrest report says Pasco County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Cornelius Jones following the Saturday afternoon incident at New Bethel AME Church in Lacoochee. He is charged with aggravated assault.
Investigators say the ex-girlfriend still lives with Jones. Jones wanted to know why she was at the church and the pastor approached them when he heard Jones’ voice.
That’s when investigators say Jones stood up, held the handgun above his head and threatened the pastor. The report said the pastor and three women went into his office and called 911.
Jail records don’t list a lawyer for Jones.