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A Florida man allegedly stole a $ 10,000 Star Wars R2-D2 replica in the guise of a Disney employee

The farce is with him.

A Florida man disguised as an employee ofDisney Worldand stole a $ 10,000 replica of theStar Warscharacter R2-D2 in a strange attempt. According to the police who arrested the guards.

Kissimmee's David Emerson Proudfoot, 44, slipped into Disney World's Swan Hotel in Baylake, Florida, and wore a fake name tag and vest to swipe the famous droid. Was accused of. Affidavit.

According to police, Proudfoot, who was arrested for a massive theft on Monday, also robbed the hotel of a game console.

Proudfoot reportedly took a portrait of a cosmicly cool robot to "show a weakness in resort security" after applying for Disney World security guards. I talked to the police.

According to the affidavit, police first called to the hotel on May 31 after actual guards reported that Proudfoot pushed a large cart and appeared to be "confused." It was done.

He allegedly had a "highly visible orange work vest" and a name tag with the words "David" issued by Walt Disney World.

David Emerson Proudfoot allegedly disguised as a security guard and stole a R2-D2 replica model in Disney World.
Orange County Sheriff's Office
The R2-D2 replica model is reportedly worth $10,000.
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David Emerson Proudfoot admitted he swiped the R2-D2 replica model in an attempt to become a security guard at Disney World.
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Police later searched Proudfoot's home for thousands of dollars swiped from Disney World, including lighting fixtures, wooden towel cabinets, and gold necklaces. I found an item.

Proudfoot was held Friday at Orange County Prison with a $ 9,650 deposit.