Skip to comments.WATCH: Florida man dresses as Grim Reaper to scare people away from beaches
Posted on 05/02/2020 7:19:34 PM PDT by simpson96
ANAMA, Fla. (CNN/WMBB) A Florida man is not happy with the governors decision to reopen beaches, hitting the beach to protest in a Grim Reaper outfit.
Residents and tourists across Walton County beaches were in for quite a scare Friday afternoon when Florida lawyer Daniel Uhlfelder took the sand in his Grim Reaper costume.
You know when we first saw him it was a little bit scary and didnt know exactly what was going on, Walton County resident Joe Villarreal said.
Uhlfelder is the same lawyer who filed a suit against Gov. Ron DeSantis back in March.
People are gonna get hurt. And whats what Im here for. I wish I didnt have to do this but nobody else is doing it.
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Florida Man sure is busy.
Well this guy needs to be given what for but good!
Florida man is epic.
Just the sort of guy who becomes a block warden in Cuba.
Yeah he is.
Kill hm. He’s dead anyways!
people are starting to tune this garbage out....
Stay home, jerkface puke.
This scene always comes to mind...
So why is Mr party pooper on the beach?
The Grim Reaper on the Florida beach actually runs a PAC and is raising money for Dems
Shows what humor can do in getting a point across.
Contrast this with Michigan’s fat militia running around with their guns and screaming at people.
This guy seems so caring and compassionate, but he really doesn’t know what he is talking about.
Adult men and women were actually scared by this guy?
I would have laughed if I saw this jerk.
What a jerkwad
If this guy is so afraid of the virus what is he doing on the now crowded beach ?
Grim has some nice sunglasses.
Also, if he doesn’t think people should be on the beach, why is he on the beach?
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