South Florida man brought AR-15 and 9mm handgun to Disney World because he wanted to protect his family and police didn't arrest him
The Second Amendment at its finest in the dark hours.
A South Florida man went to Disney World with all his family and brought an AR-15 rifle and 9mm handgun for protection because he was worried for the safety of his family.
It happened last month when the 43-year-old resident of Palm Beach Gardens checked in the Polynesian Resort on Saturday of Labor Day weekend. According to the Orlando Sentinel, the man had guns and three rifle magazines with 90 total rounds and two 9mm magazines with 20 rounds.
When the bellman handle the man’s bags he wondered why they were so heavy and reported it to the manager who called the Sheriff’s office.
When the Sheriff’s deputies questioned the man he told them that “he brought the rifle with him for their safety because of the riots and civil unrest going on down south and in the central Florida area.”
All weapon was legal and licensed as the Disney World guest had a conceal weapon permit which he gave to the deputies. His guns were given back to him and were stored until the end of the trip.
He wasn’t arrested and his name wasn’t identified.
“No arrests were made because no laws were broken,” the sheriff’s office said Tuesday when reached for comment.