35-year-old Florida Man, Aaron Josue Lopez into custody when Orange County Sheriff’s Office Deputies were called to Disney Springs last month. According to msn, “When deputies arrived, they said they took a black and bronze 9 millimeter Glock 19 with no assigned serial number, two extra magazines loaded with 17 rounds of ammo each, a small box with 14 more rounds of ammo inside and a wasitband holster.”

Lopez claimed the gun didn’t have a serial number because he hadn’t submitted the paperwork yet. He also did not have a conceal carry license.  Police charged him with carrying a concealed firearm without a license. He was also trespassed from all Disney properties.

This happened over Memorial Day weekend. There’s no way to know if this was just a simple mistake of forgetting what was in his backpack, or if this Florida Man at Disney had much more sinister intentions. Credit to the security and staff at Disney for the way  this was handled.

If you’re not familiar, this is a Glock 19:

 

Disney Springs is a shopping, dining, and entertainment complex at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

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7 Things To Know About Florida’s New Noise in Cars Law

  • #1: The 25 Feet Rule.

    If someone 25 feet away can hear the music you have cranked up, you could get cited.

  • #2: Quiet Zones.

    This law is specific to areas near homes, churches, schools and hospitals.

  • #3: Exemptions.

    If you’re a cop, fire truck or ambulance driver, you’re off the hook

  • #4: Even If You're Moving...

    It’s considered a nonmoving violation so your insurance rates won’t go up.

  • #5: It's Not Just Music.

    They say even cell phone conversations could count just like a car radio, tape player, or compact disc player. Wait. Tape player? What year is this!?

  • #6: Enforcement Begins Soon.

    Looks like some agencies are ready to enforce… Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office says they’re starting July 1.

  • #7: This Law Was Done Away With Years Ago.

    A decade ago this law was deemed unconstitutional by the Florida Supreme Court.  Will this bring on a new lawsuit? Time will tell.

Joe Winner spends his days combing through memes and off beat stories to bring you the side of Florida not always seen.