Disney World guests, handcuffed for refusing to check the temperature of COVID-19, told sheriffs that they spent a lot of money at the resort to arrest them.

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  • Disney World guests were arrested after refusing to comply with the COVID-19 Safety Protocol.

  • While handcuffed, he bragged to the sheriff about how much he paid to visit the resort.

  • Louisiana tourists insisted that they shouldn’t be arrested because they spent $ 15,000 in the park.

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According to the Sheriff’s Office in Orange County, Walt Disney World guests were arrested and charged with trespassing after refusing to screen for temperature.

While handcuffed, Louisiana tourists tried to convince law enforcement officers that he had paid a lot to be arrested.

“I paid $ 15,000. You can’t trespass me by paying $ 15,000,” said Kelly Sills, who was staying at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa. Tampa Bay Times..

The troublesome guest also begged the sheriff and claimed to be a shareholder, Orlando Weekly report.

Police reported that residents of Baton Rouge were arrested by sheriffs and Disney staff after skipping mandatory temperature checks outside the Disney Springs boathouse restaurant.

All Disney World guests and employees are required to have temperature screening and masks. Insiders reported earlier.

Sill initially refused to check the temperature, but when he was handcuffed and taken out of the park, he was asked to continue with the COVID-19 protocol. “Can you measure my temperature before kicking me out?” Said Mr. Sills, according to a video footage seen by the Tampa Bay Times.

“They will do it in prison, Sir,” the adjutant replied.

The adjutant then told Sills that he was on “private land” and was trespassing.

“I spent $ 15,000,” Sills said many times in the video.

At some point, as part of his proceedings, he claimed to be a shareholder of Disney. “Do you know how many shares I own at Disney?” Sills said in a video watched by Orlando Weekly.

He eventually cooperated with law enforcement agencies, Orlando Sentinel reported.

Since then, Sills has been acquitted of misdemeanor trespassing. Washington post..

Disney World employees have experienced detailed guest harassment when attempting to implement the COVID-19 Safety Protocol. An unnamed security guard at a hotel in a Florida resort said he spit when reminding guests to wear a mask. Insider reported March.

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