Skip to comments.Florida Man Tries to Eat Stolen Debit Card at Disney World
Posted on 03/30/2020 3:46:14 AM PDT by Libloather
A Florida man allegedly attempted to eat a stolen debit card when he was confronted by police officers after attempting to use the card to purchase goods at Walt Disney World.
Orange County police deputies arrested Jose Herrera, 27, on Monday. He had been held by Disney security after being caught while buying gift cards and jewelry at Disney Springs, Walt Disney World's shopping center, with the stolen card, which is believed to have been taken from a deceased Ohio man.
Herrera allegedly tried to eat the evidence of his crime, with officers witnessing him attempting to chomp down on the plastic before he could be questioned, according to a report from WKMG.
When he was found to be holding a bag filled with white powder in his pocket, Herrera is said to have told officers "I'm not going to lie, it's cocaine."
Herrera purchased $400 in gift cards and one soft drink using the card, before attempting to purchase another $360 worth of jewelry. He was also said to possess 13 other fraudulent debit and credit cards.
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Did he kill the the guy in Ohio?
They should have let him choke on the card.
Is Jose Herrera in this country legally?
Amazing how the media can already know whats going to happen months down the line. Amazing. lol.
My first thought.
12/03/2020 means March 12, 2020. That is how many other countries order the date. They should have shut down much earlier than they did.
He gets points for honesty?
Also, he's lucky he was chomping on a plastic card rather than one of the metal ones.
Just another walk in the Park.
Wouldn’t he need to eat the password also? Or drink some Bosco?
If I were still into it, I'd start a Florida Man Ping List.
Aw cmon man...he was saving the planet by recycling plastic...paging the raging scoldilocks to his defense...
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