Since 2007, at least 82,000 guns have been reported stolen in Florida and never found.
That’s 22 guns a day, stolen.
For the past 10 years, on almost every hour, some idiot lets their gun get stolen.
Every day, 22 new guns are out on the street in the hands of Florida Man and Florida Woman. They’re for sale. They’re used in home robberies. Your daughter’s Florida Man boyfriend carries one on him at all times.
WTSP reports 9,000 guns missing in Tampa Bay alone.
Not letting your gun get stolen is what separates Florida men from Florida Man.
Don’t be a dumb fuck.
Tampa (WTFF) – A man from Riverview was arrested for murdering his girlfriend and setting her body on fire in a van on Interstate 75.
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Fire ants are blamed for causing a Tampa man to roll his Ford Explorer last week on Interstate 10 in Madison County.
After fire ants started biting him on his legs, Louis Marino lost control. He suffered minor injuries and was taken to a local hospital.
The 85-year-old had parked the SUV in a Tampa storage area during Hurricane Irma, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. There was food stored in the rear of the vehicle. When Marino got in the SUV, he didn’t notice the ants on the driver’s side floorboard. Full Story »
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. – A Florida man crashed his homemade helicopter into a house in Hillsborough County, officials said.
A Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office news release said Bradley Bates, 51, called 911 Monday evening after his small aircraft came to a rest on the roof of a Tampa-area home. Full Story »
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) – A 4-year-old Florida girl has died after accidentally pulling the trigger of a gun when she reached into her grandmother’s purse for candy. Full Story »
Florida got an early start on their Halloween decorating, albeit in a very unorthodox way…
A semi-truck carrying pumpkins crashed into a guard rail on I-75 near Tampa, then exploded.
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Trampites are a peculiar species. Here in Florida, we just get used to their antics. We smile and nod as they describe their disturbing sexual escapades. We adapt to their unpredictability; from their avoidance of using turn signals to their random public masturbation, we find ways to safely share the beautiful state of Florida with these invasive creatures.
Floridians are not afraid of hurricanes… except Paul West. Full Story »