A Florida man’s visit to the EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival was a little out of control, according to Walt Disney World News.
Reportedly, the man chugged two beers in less than 30 seconds at the EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival on September 10.
The outlet said that Chase Holderby, 30, “sounded friendly” while in line at a refreshment stand, shaking hands and high-fiving everyone in line.
But things took a turn when security staff noticed the man “stumbling, being excessively loud, swearing, and appearing unsteady on his feet,” according to Orange County Sheriff’s Office.
According to the report, deputies witnessed Holderby “chug two beers” in less than 30 seconds at the American Adventure Pavilion in EPCOT.
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According to the sheriff’s office, Holderby got into an argument with a group of people that he was with near the Japan Pavilion and was warned by deputies to “stop making disturbances.”
Holderby was confronted by a Disney security manager who ordered him to leave the theme park.
According to the report, Holderby placed his finger on the Disney employee’s chest and started causing a scene, swearing and yelling he hadn’t done anything wrong.
That’s when Holderby stripped off his shirt and kept asking what he had done wrong.
According to OCSO, “Holderby continued to yell and ask what he did wrong all the way up the ramp to the Skyliner. Once in the line queue, he continued to act belligerent and cause the crowd of people in line to become alarmed. While attempting to get him onto the physical gondola car, he wouldn’t initially get in and was dangerously close to falling into the area beneath where the attraction operates. As the disturbance continued, the staff stopped the entire transportation system for Holderby’s safety, inconveniencing and delaying all other riders.”
“Holderby initially entered the individual gondola of the Skyliner, but then began to push his way out to hurl insults at members of security,” the sheriff’s report said.
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Holderby was arrested for trespassing and disorderly conduct and booked into the Orange County Jail.
Holderby pleaded guilty to the charges and received a penalty of $273.00.