There are a lot of weird things going on in Florida and we’re there every week to take a look at our list of the weirdest. On this week’s episode: The Indians, a homeless woman wanted to pass on her knowledge of homelessness to children as well as the horrific Bigfoot theory.
Keyman arrested for hacking
Yo-ho, Yo-ho, The Life of a Pirate Jimmy Spring. The guy earns a living with the help of a pirate entertainer (professional truck driver). Of course, hacking is a very illegal act, and it is only natural that Spering does not comply with the law like the character he portrays.
On a Monday afternoon, Spring joined two other acquaintances on the Sunset Grille at Marathon to watch the sunset. Spring wore full pirate clothes and carried a dagger, two guns with a knife, and a sword. Then the group decided to visit the Seven Mile Bridge. Seven Mile Bridge for some fun.
Spring fired his shotgun into the water, then turned around and fired another shot at the car. It wasn’t real ammunition, but suffice it to state that a man dressed as a pirate shooting with a pistol towards the other side of the road caused drivers to shake their records (in fact, one of the shots was actually an iPhone audio video that was handed over to the police).
Famous 2nd of July birthdays
Year: 1974 Moon So-ri, South Korean actress
Year: 1964 Alan Tate, English-Scottish rugby player and coach
Year: 1953 Tony Armas, Venezuelan baseball player and coach
Year: 1940 Kenneth Clark, English politician, Lord Supreme Chancellor of Great Britain
Year: 1939 Paul Williams, American singer and choreographer