A lot of weird things happen in Florida every week, and on
Man in Maid Costume Arrested During Prostitution Sting
The story of David Marsh has all the makings of a good WTF Florida story. He answered an ad placed online by what he thought was a prostitute. He hoped she would dominate him. He agreed to meet at a hotel and rode his bicycle there (he travels by bike because of a previous DUI). When he showed up, he took off his outer layer of clothing to reveal a French maid outfit and a dog collar. Underneath his apron was some sort of male chastity belt. Turns out, however, the prostitute was an undercover deputy, and Marsh was arrested.
Naturally, it made headlines, and the incident has gone viral for obvious reasons.
The arrest was part of a
Sheriff Grady Judd seems to take a bit too much glee in publicly shaming those
These prostitution stings seem to be a regular hobby of many smaller county sheriff's departments in Florida. This sting
Paranoid Grow-House Dealer Turns Himself in After Hearing a Helicopter
Marijuana has a tendency to make some users paranoid, but if you involve yourself in the illegal growing of the substance,
Harrison, 47, was operating an illegal grow house in a storage unit in Edgewater (the Volusia County town, not the rapidly gentrifying Miami neighborhood). He was tending to his crops last week when he heard a helicopter circling above. Harrison apparently figured the jig was up — that the police had finally caught him and were about to conduct some sort of paramilitary raid on his little storage-unit grow house.
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Turns out, however, that the helicopter wasn't there for him. It wasn't even a police bird.
13-Year-Old Stabs Woman at Nudist Colony
I think we can all understand a 13-year-old boy
Police originally had no idea who committed the crime but then determined a 13-year-old boy was responsible. Turns out he lived there with his family, but the resort manager says he's no longer welcome back. The victim is said to be recovering and is concerned about the welfare of her attacker.