Are Rich People Hiring Disabled Guides to Help Them Skip the Lines at Disney World?
This comes from the “New York Post” . . . one of America’s least reliable newspapers . . . so take it for what it’s worth. But if it’s true . . . OUTRAGE!
–Apparently, rich people have been secretly hiring DISABLED PEOPLE to escort them around Walt Disney World in Orlando . . . so they can go into the special handicapped line, and skip the long waits for rides.
–A company called Dream Tours Florida offers the service. The rates for a handicapped tour guide are $130-an-hour, or $1,040 for an eight-hour day. That doesn’t include the price of tickets to Disney World.
–Under Disney policy, a guest in a wheelchair can take up to six other people with them into the special access lines and those lines usually take minutes, not HOURS.
Man Breaks Into a Grocery Store And Eats a Feast!
30-year old Trevor Runyon broke into a Value-Market in Louisville, Kentucky and made himself an overnight feast!!
—Trevor waited until just before closing-time to slip into the store…and hid until employees closed down for the night.
–Then, he whipped himself up a meal of 6 steaks, 2 cases of beer, 2 pounds of shrimp and an entire birthday cake!
–After he polished off his “meal,” he hid in the store until the next day. That’s just where cops found him the next morning.
–Surveillance video was all the evidence cops needed to arrest him.
A Woman Drops Her Purse in a Starbucks . . . and Her Gun Goes Off and Shoots Her Friend
On Sunday afternoon, Pamela Beck of Pinellas Park, Florida, and her friend, Amie Peterson, were at a Starbucks.
–As Pamela went to get her money, she dropped her purse. And when it hit the ground, the .25-caliber HANDGUN she was carrying inside accidentally went OFF . . . and shot her friend in the leg.
–Amie was treated at a hospital and released. All things considered, things could’ve turned out a LOT worse. Pamela told the police her dad had given her the gun about a year ago, and she FORGOT it was in her purse.
–She doesn’t have a concealed weapons permit, so prosecutors are deciding whether she’ll be charged with a crime.