Fort Myers (WTFF) – A Florida man and a Florida woman were arrested for a wildly romantic romp that took place on a sidewalk in broad daylight. Full Story »
Cape Coral (WTFF) – A Pennsylvania woman was arrested after reportedly attacking two hotel employees after being asked to prove that she was a guest. Full Story »
It’s more than just “red tide,” a naturally-occurring microscopic alga that has been documented along Florida’s Gulf Coast since the 1840’s. Floridians are upset about the overall treatment of our environment.
Mainstream media tends to downplay the effect of dumping phosphorus-laden pollutants into our ecological water system. Water moves freely along the peninsula, carrying all its sickness and impurities, so what we do in one place affects another.
Here’s a video taken in a North Fort Myers canal, August 9, 2018 at 6:05 pm:
From the video’s post:
I took a stick, and flipped over one of these floating blobs… what lies within looks like it is straight out of a septic tank, and smells like it too. Maybe worse. Like an outhouse in the sun.
There are hundreds and hundreds of these blobs. And that’s just MY canal
Completely grossed out even more now. Nothing can live in this.
Politicians helped slash environmental regulations while getting an applause from conned Floridians who were happy with “less government.” Those eliminations only helped huge corporations while hurting Floridians. The same rich, greedy Transplants that Florida Natives despise reaped all the benefits of the cultural warfare against environmentalists.
Real Floridians care about their water, their lakes, their springs, their beaches… we care, and that’s a great thing. Don’t be ashamed to love Florida and the planet we live on. Let’s work together, educate ourselves, and start fixing things.
Many politicians, Democrats and Republicans, are to blame for the current water and climate crisis, but blaming people doesn’t help. We’ve already caught and exposed them (which is important too), but nothing changes as a result of that. They just don’t care. “So what, you caught us,” is the attitude they exude with impunity. Just vote them out and try a new round of fresh possibilities.
Work with local government in your county and city to make agreements to preserve Florida forever. The EPA isn’t going to save us, but they can certainly help fund our projects and actualize our goals if we start voting in the right people. Until then, make every effort you can to inform others of the reality of our situation. Do what you can to treat our planet with respect.
As we learn new things, we should be eager to admit it. As we see others learning, we should not judge them for the lies they once believed. While it’s easy to ridicule the victims of propaganda, we promise to be nice. Sorry if we insulted you before. We just get upset when our magical little peninsula is under attack. One Florida. One Love, everybody.
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Cape Coral (WTFF) – A naked Florida man was arrested on June 22 around 1:30 in the morning after reportedly assaulting officers. Full Story »
North Fort Myers (WTFF) – Upon landing, a Florida man was arrested for reportedly harassing a flight attendant. Full Story »
This Lee county dump truck full of sand working in Glades county reads “Inedible” on the side. “I mean seriously do they really need a warning not to eat the sand?” asks Raschell T., who took the photo. The answer is probably yes.
Also, here’s a “dumped dump truck…”
Reportedly, the driver just chained it up and drove it back to Miami. Some true hustle.
Cape Coral (WTFF) – A Florida man tried jumping over a canal in his pickup truck while fleeing from the cops, reportedly. Full Story »
Cape Coral (WTFF) – A man was arrested for shooting a firearm inside his apartment, with bullets flying over the heads of his sleeping neighbors. Full Story »
Cape Coral (WTFF) – Florida Man tried to prove his sobriety to a cop by doing a cartwheel. He failed. The cop’s body cam caught the whole thing on video. Full Story »
Lehigh Acres (WTFF) – A brave Floridian put a would-be robber in a chokehold, causing him to run away. Full Story »
Fort Myers (WTFF) – A cashier tried to keep a winning lottery ticket turned in by a customer who turned out to be an undercover agent. Full Story »
Cape Coral (WTFF) – A fight broke out between two McDonalds employees in Cape Coral, resulting in one of them pulling out a gun. Full Story »
(WTFF) – Put on extra pairs of socks before you step into your sandals this week, because Florida’s gonna get really f*cking cold and we’re all gonna die*. Full Story »
Lee County (WTFF) – A North Fort Myers man and his mother are recovering from severe burns after the son poured a gasoline tank onto a fire, causing an explosion. Full Story »
Fort Myers (WTFF) – A man who left his 3-month-old baby and a 3-year-old child in the backseat of a car while he was inside a strip club was arrested on two counts of child neglect.
Full Story »
LEE COUNTY, Fla — Lee County Sheriff Deputies say a man attempted to jump a canal with his car in a Lehigh Acres neighborhood overnight.
It happened along 7th Street West in Lehigh Acres.
Witnesses say they saw a man in a blue Toyota Corolla drive to the edge of the canal and stop. Then, he got out of the car to observe the distance, got back into the vehicle and tried to make the jump of about 20 feet.
Full Story »
FORT MYERS, Fla. – Here’s a piece of advice for crooks: If you’re going to break into someone’s house, know whose house you’re breaking into.
Lee County deputies said Josue Ortiz picked the wrong house, which he found out when the homeowner beat him using his Jiu-Jitsu skills. Full Story »
In the middle of the night on September 24, 2017, a Cape Coral officer was doing a routine check around the Publix Super Market at Santa Barbara Centre. Full Story »
ABC Action News reports:
FORT MYERS, Fla. — A Florida woman got creative with spare spray paint and plywood and made a sign to get the power company’s attention.
“I thought that all of my neighbors would get a huge kick out of it,” said Kynse Agles.
She posed for a photo next to her pink sign that reads, “Hot single female seeks sexy lineman to electrify her life.”
Full Story »
“It’s logic, I’m on a boat, I float.” -Florida Man
CAPE CORAL, Fla. – Wednesday, police arrested a Cape Coral man suspected of drunk driving, but it wasn’t any ordinary DUI case. Full Story »
An officer caught a woman in a Lee County school parent pick-up line snorting cocaine off her iPhone.
The report states the school resource officer at Lexington Middle School spotted Christina Hester, 39, through a second-floor window chopping a white substance on her phone. The officer said he saw Hester use a straw to snort the cocaine. Full Story »
CAPE CORAL, FLA – Two Good Samaritans stopped a man who tried to steal a young woman’s purse from a Cape Coral Publix.
“I mean I went up there just for a few seconds to grab some sushi,” said Zach Bucher, who lives just a few blocks away from the Publix at Camelot Isles off of Cape Coral Parkway.
Bucher and another marine chased down Marshall Barker while he was trying to flee.
“He was yelling that he didn’t do it and I was like ‘yeah right, why are you running’,” said Bucher.
The duo didn’t let Cape Coral Parkway get in the way of taking down Barker.
“We ran him down and took him down over by the Circle K,” said Bucher. Full Story »
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Florida’s a fucked up place. From animal abusers to angry ex-cops to Zimmerman to horse fuckers, we have plenty of issues. WTF Florida is your source for these fucked up news articles, and we encourage hysterical laughter at the zany headlines coming out of the Gunshine State.
After the laughter comes tears. The victims of Florida’s insanity aren’t laughing (unless they’re truly demented, which happens sometimes). We have a responsibility to improve Florida as much as we can.
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We want Florida’s karmatic number to be perfectly balanced at zero. Laughing at other people’s misery brings negative karma. Doing fucked up shit brings negative karma. Helping people who have been fucked over by Florida’s insanity brings you positive karma. We are still going to make fun of everybody who shows up on this site, but we are also going to start getting more serious about fixing stupid shit.
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Imagine you’re making a pizza and as the last bit of sauce pours out of the jar, a severed iguana leg falls onto your pie.
This happened to Suzanne Abercrombie of Fort Myers, after buying a 14-ounce jar of Mantia’s pizza sauce from Save-a-Lot and using it for several days.
Abercrombie became ill after making her first pizza. She only used half the jar and never noticed the mystery ingredient inside.
“I got really sick, I stayed in bed and called off work.”
Only the “Right Of Adults To Cannabis” amendment can secure your RIGHT to possess, cultivate, and use cannabis in a manner similar to your 2nd amendment right to “keep and bear arms” … think about that for a minute.
Whether you agree or disagree with Americans right to gun ownership, the strength of this protected right is clear and viewed my many as absolute. Floridians For Freedom believes adults right to whole plant cannabis should be comparable and hopes you agree. Full Story »
LEE COUNTY, Fla. (WFTX) – A Florida man stabbed his girlfriend’s dog, killing it, because he said it always took her side in arguments.
Mike Lado, 26, is facing one charge of animal cruelty, resulting in a death.
According to his arrest report, Lado had been out drinking for several hours and returned home and began arguing with his girlfriend. Full Story »
CAPE CORAL, Fla. A house was deemed unsafe Monday after the man who lives there accidentally backed a rental truck into his garage on Southwest 12th Court. Full Story »
NAPLES, Fla. – A Bonita Springs woman was arrested after deputies say she hid a baggie of meth in her buttocks as she was being booked into jail.
Deputies pulled over Summer Adamson, 30, after someone reported she broke their car window.
A syringe and heroin were found next to Adamson inside the car, according to CCSO. Full Story »
LEE COUNTY – A pregnant woman in Southwest Florida was nearly suffocated by her own boyfriend – after what police say was a dispute over what they planned on naming their child. Full Story »
A Lehigh Acres man is facing animal cruelty charges after he hit a flamingo at Busch Gardens with a rock, Tampa police said.
A report by WSTP-TV in Tampa said Julian Antonio Marquez, 19, was identified as the rock thrower.
About 5:49 p.m. Friday, police were called to the theme park’s flamingo display after a report of a man throwing a rock at one of the birds. The bird was struck and seriously injured, police said. Full Story »
CAPE CORAL, Fla. (AP) — Police in southwest Florida say they arrested a naked man who was attacking mailboxes with a machete.
The News-Press reports that 36-year-old Yudier Duenas-Sosa was arrested Saturday night in a Cape Coral neighborhood. Full Story »
An elderly newlywed who told police he had yet to consummate his marriage allegedly shot his wife in the butt for refusing his advances.
Donald Royce, 76, of Lehigh Acres, Florida, admitted to authorities that he shot his wife after an argument about the couple’s sleeping arrangements. Royce told deputies from the Lee County Sheriff’s Office that the couple had been married since August but had yet to solidify their union in the bedroom.
“I shot her and the gun is in my room,” Royce told responding officers. Full Story »
NORTH FORT MYERS, Fla. Every golfer needs a putter he can rely on — especially when an alligator decides to play through.
North Fort Myers resident Tony Aarts used his Cleveland Golf putter to subdue a 10-foot gator that attacked him Wednesday as he was approaching the fourth hole at Magnolia Landing Golf & Country Club.
“As I was walking about 5 to 6 feet away from the water I heard a splash, and as soon as I heard that splash I knew it was an alligator, and he got me,” Aarts said.
The gator grabbed Aarts by his right ankle. He wound up on his back and rolled into the nearby water hazard as they struggled.
“I remember having a club in my hand, and as soon as he had me in the water up to my waist, I started hitting him over the head,” Aarts said. Full Story »
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office said that Christian Javier, 43, stopped a 15-year-old boy on Xelda Avenue in Lehigh Acres around 5:30 p.m. Monday.
Javier, driving a white Ford F150, forced the teen to stop and told him “That’s my son’s bike.” He tossed the bike into his truck and forced the youth to ride with him.
The report said Javier then drove to his home. Once at the Crawford Avenue address, Javier asked his son if the bike was his. The son told his father that the bike was not his.
The report said that Javier then put the bike back in the truck and drove the teen and the bike to another spot where he told the youth to get out and threw the bike onto the road.
The teen’s 12-year-old brother, who had been riding a bike with him, followed the truck for a time and then rode home to tell his mother. The teen’s mother signed a desire to prosecute affidavit.
Javier, whom was arrested at his home Tuesday, remains in Lee County jail on $125,000 bond and is scheduled for a Feb. 27 court date.
Source: news-press.com (Warning: lots of pop-up ads and scammy data-mining crap)
NORTH FORT MYERS, Fla. – A North Fort Myers resident was tackled by a naked man who had leapt off his roof Monday evening – and the scene only got more bizarre from there. Full Story »