You know, there is a man who can to live on the closed world of Disney Island in a quarantine period, He was arrested by Florida deputies.
On Thursday, Richard McGuire was found at the Disney Discovery Island by Orange County Sheriff's deputies. He said that he had been there since Monday or Tuesday, and of course he would have fun because it was a tropical paradise.
He was planning to camp there for a week, according to an arrest report.
The 42-year-old denied that many deputies heard that they were looking for him on the island on foot, by boat, or by air. The man was sleeping and immersed in his dreams in a building. He told the representative that he did not know that it was a restricted area, although there were many signs of "not infringing on the property of others".
Richard stated that he was unaware of this, according to the arrest report.
According to the arrest report. Orange County Marine deputies on Bay Lake used a public address system to tell McGuire that he was not allowed to be on the property, but he remained on the island anyway.
The Disney security representative said she saw McGuire use a company boat on Thursday, noting that the area did not contain many "non-infringement" signs and two closed gates. I asked the agency to press charges.
McGuire was arrested on a trespassing charge and taken to jail without incident. It was not immediately clear whether he had an attorney who could comment.
Previously called Treasure Island, Discovery Island had been the site of a zoological park before the island was closed to the public in 1999.
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