Quite a few people to try I've heard that you're spending time to get a job, but this may take a cake.
A Central Florida man was booked after police said he was taking R2-D2 droids pretending to be a cast member of Walt Disney World. He is a security guard.
According to the arrest affidavit, Kissimmee's David Proudfoot, 44, faces extensive allegations of theft and misrepresentation.
It happened at the Swan Reserve Hotel. The Sheriff's Office in Orange County said on May 31 that a representative was called by Disney guards.
When they arrived, they contacted Proudfoot, who said they wore beige work pants, an orange work vest, and a Disney name tag. He reportedly confirmed that he was David Rogers and said he was working in the receiving department of the Yacht Club Resort.
Proud Hood was suspicious when he reportedly seemed confused while trying to move the droid in the cart.
Proudfoot has reportedly admitted that he has moved the R2-D2 droid from the third floor of the hotel to an "unknown location." This is because a security job application was pending at Walt Disney World. "We want to show the weaknesses of resort security in the hope of ensuring better paid jobs at WDW," the report said.
Proudfoot reportedly told police he had no intention of robbing his property of anything.
Chileans get huge overpayments and take off
It is reported that a Chilean man got his last payday and then fled.
An unidentified man was hired by the cold-cut Consorcio Industrial de Alimentos (Cial). His paycheck is usually $ 500,000 Chilean pesos (about $ 691 CDN) and was credited directly to his account.
However, according to the Chilean newspaperDiario Financiero, he somehow received a check worth about 228,000 CDN during the payment period on May 30. rice field.
The man told the company about overpayment and then was told to go to his bank and return the extra cash. According to the bank, he went the next day and returned the money.
Apparently he went missing for three days, after which the company received a message from a lawyer that the man would resign.
Cial subsequently complained that the man had misappropriated the funds, but no man was found.
Chag, Chag, Chag
After setting the Guinness World, a New York man's winning barp builds It grabs and records a 1 liter mountain dew in 6.8 seconds that echoes throughout.
Long Island's Eric "Badlands" Booker did this on YouTube before a big burp.
But he wasn't over. Booker then dropped a liter of tomato sauce in 18.45 seconds, setting another record.
Booker is a fast-eating eater and set the Guinness World Records in the fastest time to drink 2 liters of soda. He did it in 18.45 seconds.
Put her in the Hall of Shame
There are failures, and then there are epic failures.
Anything allegedly abused by the Australian Mayor belongs to the latter category.
Redland City Mayor Karen Williams admitted last week that he drank "a few glasses of wine" before crashing his car into a tree.Reportedly,
To make matters worse, the crash occurred just an hour after Williams met the family of a drunk driving victim.
According to the World Health Organization's Global Status Report on Road Safety, the country has one of the highest rates of car accidents from drunk driving in the world, including the United States, Canada and South Africa. It is next to. Organization (WHO) 2015. Alcohol consumption is an important factor in 30% of Australian road fatalities.
Williams made a "serious misjudgment" after a drunk driving accident and said he was "extremely regrettable." She resigned from the Brisbane Olympics 2032 Board of Directors, but resisted her call for resignation and was not charged.
Shortly before the accident, Williams declared she "she needs to get rid of drunk driving." Seven News
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