Florida Man F*cks Dolphin, Stars in Documentary

Back in the 70’s a Florida man fell in love with a dolphin named Dolly.

Malcolm Brenner described the experience as “almost spiritual” in a VICE article. He met the dolphin on a freelance photography assignment at Floridaland, a theme park in Sarasota. Back then he was a student at the New College of Florida.

Dolly caught his attention, and reportedly floated over to Brenner and “flipped over to present her genital slit.” He described how the dolphin then rubbed her teeth on him “in an erotic way.”

“Female dolphins are very assertive about their sexuality,” said Brenner to the VICE reporter.

Dolly the dolphin was trained to ride along this boat and jump for fish. Photo courtesy of Joey Daoud

He’s now starring in a documentary called “Dolphin Lover,” a 15-minute film that tells the story of “his summer long love affair with Dolly the dolphin” over four decades ago.

www.dolphinlovermovie.com

Brenner lives in West Florida these day and tries to live a pretty normal life. He even has a grown daughter after “‘training’ himself to like women.” He hopes that one day zoophilia will be normal in society. He seems to like humans too, as he’s active on several dating sites.

Back in the day, it was totally legal to fuck animals in Florida. Back when America was great?

Bestiality could be banned in Fla. following goat rape

A goat fucking incident in 2008 paved the way for a new law in 2011 that outlawed humans fucking animals in the Sunshine State.

FSS 828.126 basically declares that humans are not allowed to “knowingly engage in any sexual conduct or sexual contact with an animal.”

It’s an important law to have on the books to protect animals, but it’s only a first degree misdemeanor.

Animals cannot express consent to humans. Or rather, we have no way to prove they can express consent, because we don’t speak the same language(s).

“Laws barring bestiality, such as the one recently enacted in Florida, are not wrongful limitations of sexual freedom. They rightfully protect the sexual liberties of all,” reads a Guardian article.

That pretty much says it.

Consent is everything.

Please stop fucking animals, everyone. We shouldn’t have to ask these things. Also, it’s not just Floridians. Margaret Lovatt apparently fell in love with a dolphin too.


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It’s gonna be really f*cking cold in Florida; impending snow, death, mayhem

(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 »

Florida Man Says Hidden Cameras in His Airbnb Were for Sex Parties, Not Spying

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There’s a seemingly infinite well of horror stories about Airbnb hosts returning home to find their houses robbed, trashed, or turned into impromptu brothels. But it turns out things can get pretty weird for Airbnb guests, too. An Indiana couple on vacation in Florida was horrified earlier this week when they discovered a hidden camera inside the bedroom of their Airbnb, ABC reports.
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Letter to State Attorney: Shark Dragging Incident

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A formal decision from the 12th Judicial Circuit State Attorney is expected by mid-August as publicly announced by assigned Assistant State Attorney Andrew Van Sickle to the shark dragging incident. But still NOTHING has been done. Four men allegedy dragged a shark going at super high speeds while the still-live black tip sharks body was beating against the unforgiving waves. This story has gone viral in numerous media outlet all around the globe. A few of these animal abusers doing this sick shit for mere entertainment have had a history of wildlife and animal abuse. Yet they are still not locked up, fined, or prosecuted. It is time to demand justice once again as our peaceful weapon is information. We want answers as a community. We want answers now!!!

Below are four Letters addressed to our State Attorney by county. PLEASE PRINT AND MAIL TO THE CORRESPONDING ADDRESS. (You can also copy and paste this letter and email it using the link below)

EMAIL: (www.sao12.org/about-us/email-the-state-attorney). On the email form, for the Case No., trying using the FWC’s case number FWSW17OFF012872, given to us in an email.

SARASOTA LETTER:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UcvkSl7FrlMAkJRfw1c3klSGqmBRvFNu7Ogl6jWvtwA/edit?usp=sharing

BRADENTON LETTER
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1O7PNpr7JA9b2Ca_lQkNFbmxWefqOh5I4NYm_QPikYwM/edit

VENICE LETTER
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_jwf8nqrfa78ttrn0beOodYpmg42_Boht9UTvB9-3uo/edit

DESOTO COUNTY LETTER
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yxM19ckxma2Xe6OODm7YBu5TGQ_ZM5u01Poh3zs_i78/edit

Thank you to a fellow animal advocate who penned the above letters. I will keep her anonymous as per request. However, please do modify and personalize as you wish. Thank you warriors!

‘Ask Gary’ founder wants county to consider Siesta Key hotel

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Gary Kompothecras is seeking help reviewing his hotel project as the MTV reality series starring his son launches this week.

SIESTA KEY — The famed founder of 1-800-ASK-GARY has retained legal services for himself to appeal a county board’s decision that could threaten his plans for a hotel on Siesta Key.

Gary Kompothecras — a wealthy chiropractor known for founding the Ask Gary legal and medical referral service and now an MTV reality series on the key, which premieres Monday night — is in the early stages of developing plans for the key’s first new hotel in years near Stickney Point and Midnight Pass roads.

His son Alex stars in the reality show, and has so far escaped animal abuse charges that should have been brought against him and his friends for the sadistic torturing of marine life which they have been enjoying for many years.

The building plans hit a snag when the county’s Board of Zoning Appeals ruled last month against the developers’ interpretation that the codes would at allow them to ask the Sarasota County Commission for permission to design and build the proposed hotel closer to the street.

The board instead ruled that a 25-foot setback is required, and that it would not be up to the County Commission to determine whether a “special exception,” a formal application process, could be approved for the project, as Kompthecras’ attorneys have argued.

Earlier this month, Kompothecras’ team filed a formal petition in Sarasota Circuit Court to challenge the zoning board’s decision, but it may not be necessary after they also complained about the decision to the County Commission.

The zoning board members “were deciding your decision, they were deciding they don’t want a hotel there so we’re going to vote this down,” Kompothecras said in his plea to the commission earlier this month. “What they did was took all your power away from you. I had to file suit, I had to spend big money, I have to fight the county, which I don’t want to do. Instead, I could put the money into nice more parking for the area, but now I’ve got to fight you guys which I don’t want to do.”

Commissioners heard that plea and suggestions from attorney Charlie Bailey and architect Mark Smith that the commission attempt to clarify its special exception process. They agreed to direct county legal staff to draft an amendment that would make clear such projects can pursue a special exception.

The commissioners are expected to consider and approve that amendment when they return from a summer recess in late August.

That likely would make the lawsuit moot, but attorney Robert Lincoln, who also represents the project, had to file it in mid-July to meet court deadlines and preserve Kompothecras’ right to appeal. But Bailey and Lincoln effectively have agreed to “call timeout” on the court case to work with county staff on the amendment, they said Friday.

“We expect that the adoption of this clarifying amendment will render the litigation moot and allow it to be dismissed,” Bailey wrote in an email. “Until then, we are tapping the brakes on the litigation to focus on supporting the County in processing the amendment to be considered by the County Commission at some point after its summer recess.”

The confusion about the rules is brewing just as Kompothecras’ son and his friends find themselves in the national spotlight on a new MTV reality series called “Siesta Key” that premieres Monday night.

Kompothecras helped create the show with the network, which is under scrutiny even before it airs, for its portrayal of the key and its cast members. The hotel project is also under the microscope. While some neighboring businesses, such as Capt. Curt’s Oyster Bar and Clayton’s Siesta Grille support the hotel plan, some leaders of the Siesta Key Association have argued against it.

The project is in its infancy. Should the commission approve the amendment it discussed, it would then consider the special exception for the project’s distance from the property line and street. Only then would a formal development application be filed and a staff review of the project begin.

Source: heraldtribune.com

How can we stop this?

*Everyone* should call/write/email the Sarasota Commissioners, as well as the ‘Siesta Key Association’, and tell them you don’t support a Hotel on Siesta Key built by Gary Kompothecras. He’s got attorneys, and is trying to bully this thing into getting built.

Currently “Captain Curt’s Crab/Oyster Bar”, and “Clayton’s Siesta Grille” have said they support Gary Kompothecras in building this Hotel on Siesta Key.
Call/Email/Write local business “Captain Curt’s Oyster Bar” and “Clayton’s Siesta Grille” and tell them you will boycott their businesses unless they pull support for Gary’s Hotel.

Sarasota County Commissioners:
https://www.scgov.net/government/commissioners/commission-districts
Sarasota City Commissioners:
https://sarasotagov.org/Commissioners/Index.cfm

Siesta Key Association:
https://www.siestakeyassociation.com/contacts.htm
(941) 364-4880

Captain Curt’s Crab & Oyster Bar:
https://www.captaincurts.com/contact
941-349-3885
https://www.facebook.com/Captain-Curts-Crab-Oyster-Bar-and-Sniki-Tiki-140204976041288

Clayton’s Siesta Grille:
https://claytonssiestagrille.com/contact/
clay.thompson@comcast.net
941-349-2800

Boycott 1-800-Ask-Gary Hotel on Siesta Key

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*Everyone* should call/write/email the Sarasota Commissioners, as well as the ‘Siesta Key Association’, and tell them you don’t support a Hotel on Siesta Key built by Gary Kompothecras. He’s got attorneys, and is trying to bully this thing into getting built.

Currently “Captain Curt’s Crab/Oyster Bar”, and “Clayton’s Siesta Grille” have said they support Gary Kompothecras in building this Hotel on Siesta Key.

Call/Email/Write local business “Captain Curt’s Oyster Bar” and “Clayton’s Siesta Grille” and tell them you will boycott their businesses unless they pull support for Gary’s Hotel.

Sarasota County Commissioners:
https://www.scgov.net/government/commissioners/commission-districts
Sarasota City Commissioners:
https://sarasotagov.org/Commissioners/Index.cfm

Siesta Key Association:
https://www.siestakeyassociation.com/contacts.htm
(941) 364-4880

Captain Curt’s Crab & Oyster Bar:
https://www.captaincurts.com/contact
941-349-3885
https://www.facebook.com/Captain-Curts-Crab-Oyster-Bar-and-Sniki-Tiki-140204976041288

Clayton’s Siesta Grille:
https://claytonssiestagrille.com/contact/
clay.thompson@comcast.net
941-349-2800

 

#FIGHTBACK and keep Florida beautiful. Say NO to enabling animal abusers and debauchery. Call 1-800-FUCK-GARY and tell them to cancel their shitty reality show ‘Siesta Key.’

Email from Sarasota County Film & Entertainment Office

Hi, thanks for connecting.  I understand and respect the concerns of everyone seeing this situation unfold, and like everyone, am waiting to see the outcome of the various investigatory actions underway by authorities and the fact-finding they make public.

There has been no indication to our office that a second season is being considered, but we often do not know that kind of information until it’s made public by the production themselves or their networks/distributors through press releases and the like.

Regarding the first season of this “Siesta Key” program that was shot here between March and July, there weren’t any “monetary exchanges or agreements” with our office, and communications with the film commission — like all productions who inquire and who shoot on location here – were about permits and liability insurance as well as information about our county-wide cash rebate incentive program set out in detail here: www.filmsarasota.com/incentives .

The production team on the ground and their crew were very professional and filled out normal permits which were required to be on public property, provided proof of liability insurance and met all regulatory requirements along those lines.  The majority of the filming, though, seems to have taken place on private property and that does not require permits, just the private property owners’ permission/consent and cooperation.

To date, they wrapped in late July but they have not filed any paperwork to apply for any rebate (see link above) of qualified spending regarding the series shot here for the MTV program. I think there were ten total episodes filmed, but it might be only 8 – again, I don’t have any incentive application to indicate the final outcomes of total local production spending, which is what they’d communicate to us with documentation if they were going to file.

I hope this is helpful.

Sincerely,

www.filmsarasota.com
TOLL-FREE: 1-888-ROLL-SRQ
(941) 309-1200

That message was in response to our original email below:

Could you please tell me if MTV has any plans to film a second season of Siesta Key?

Please also send any records of communication between the Sarasota County Film & Entertainment Office (part of the Sarasota County Economic Development Corporation) and MTV (or parent companies such as Viacom) in regards to monetary exchanges or agreements of any sort. This could include permitting, financial incentives offered from either party, and all signed agreements.

Fla. Stat. sec. 119.011(1) (1995) allows public access to all public records. Please send this information as quickly as possible… we understand you are very busy, if there’s anything we can do to help, please let us know.

There’s a petition gathering steam to get this show cancelled, in response to the animal abuse committed by its star, Alex:

https://www.change.org/p/mtv-petition-to-have-the-tv-show-siesta-key-removed

Looking forward to working with you as we unravel this incident.

Thanks!

WTFFlorida.com

Sarasota County and MTV Siesta Key – Public Record Documents

Files:

The first PDF contains potential filming locations and contacts and more, the second PDF is an insurance agreement between Bobby Aguilar of Entertainment One Reality Productions and a few Sarasota County departments. The third file is a DOCX of their production schedule.

Email response:

RE: Public Records Request of 8/8/2017, Reference # W001169-080817

Dear WTF,

Sarasota County received a public records request from you on 8/8/2017. Your request mentioned

“Please send me all email correspondence between Sarasota County and MTV (and their holding companies, such as Viacom), especially in regards to the filming of their reality show, “Siesta Key.”Please also send any permits, proposals, or documents relating to the MTV show, “Siesta Key.”Thank you so much for your time!”.

Sarasota County has reviewed its files and has located responsive records to your request. Please log in to the Public Records Request portal to retrieve the responsive records.

With regards to email correspondence, the request must be specific in detail so that there is no question the records you’re seeking. A specific date range for the search is required. If there are alias names involved in the search, those will need to be provided. The use of words such as “Siesta Key” will yield a large volume of records making your request extensive, and it’s probable a good part of those emails will not be related to your search. The volume of records and required staff time also contribute to the fees associated with a request. Your request can be processed using the word “Siesta Key” however it is suggested that the search be narrowed to ensure your obtain the records you desire. Also, providing specific email addresses for your search impacts the volume as well. Please provide more specific detail in your email search request.

If you have any questions, or wish to discuss this further, please contact me.

Thank you.

Boycott These MTV Siesta Key Sponsors

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Download the original list in a twitter-ready text file

MTV Siesta Key Sponsors:

  • MTV
  • Viacom
  • Secret Deodorant
  • Mountain Dew
  • Tobacco Free Florida
  • Extra Gum
  • Gain
  • Know The Real Cost
  • Arby’s
  • Dr Pepper
  • Metro PCS
  • Gatorade
  • eBay
  • Dawn Dish
  • Sour Patch Kids
  • Taco Bell
  • Mr Clean
  • Frontier Corp
  • Gifted (Movie)
  • Cox Auto
  • Sony Pictures
  • Victorias Secret
  • Oreo
  • Temptations Cats
  • Burger King
  • Playtex Sport
  • The Nut Job (Movie)
  • Powerade
  • Chevy
  • Leap! (Movie)
  • Truth Orange
  • Rooms To Go
  • Glass Castle Film
  • Downy
  • 5 Gum
  • Kidnap (Movie)
  • Bounce Fresh

In case you live under a rock and haven’t heard about the shark case, we are boycotting these sponsors because of a show called ‘Siesta Key,’ that disgraces Florida, and stars a man who tortures animals for fun. Let’s hit MTV where it hurts… right in their revenue stream. If we can even make a smell dent in the profits of their advertisers, they will all notice. This is our peaceful protest. Together we are stronger than big companies and big money. The internet has changed everything, and we are here to prove it. Boycott all these brands and share for awareness.

As Biggie said, “muthaf*cka this ain’t back in the day…” the internet made anything possible. Let’s show these fools how strong we are as a team. Florida will not accept this new un-reality show. We are not weak like the Jersey Shore. We will not allow it.

Andrew Van Sickle assigned as prosecutor in the infamous ‘shark’ case

This is a huge breakthrough! Looks like all this internet attention is working! Great job everyone who kept the pressure on! It could very well be our actions that prevented this case from slipping through the cracks. Let’s keep up the amazing work, and focus on MTV’s Siesta Key show while our state departments unravel this case.

Synopsis:

  • Numerous violations
  • Expect charges Mid-August
  • Number of witnesses have come forward
  • Witnesses will not be named for privacy reasons

BREAKING NEWS: Assistant State Attorney Andrew Van Sickle has been assigned to the ‘shark‘ case. He states that lots of violations have been uncovered and lots more are coming. They will have answers to whether charges will be filed mid August. See Video for breaking news… Full Story »

Meet “Joey,” Siesta Key’s New Resident!

Siesta Key

Dear audience,

MTV here. Viacom stopped giving us money after the whole shark thing (who knew Florida idiots were so sensitive about animals, eh) but us folks here at MTV don’t give up easily. With our budget cuts, we had to lose our old staff… but that doesn’t mean we’re going away! We are proud to present JOEY! The charismatic young man moving into Siesta Key and making it famous. You can thank us later.

Sincerely,

MTV a..k.a. Viacom

Boycott Siesta Key MTV

Siesta Key Show MTV

Look, Florida’s f*cked up enough from all these outsiders coming here and desecrating our beautiful state. We don’t need any more visitors… and certainly not more privileged, sexist, racist, spoiled brats who torture animals. Share these photos, and keep the pressure on. One of the guys on the show (the producer’s son) is friend’s with Michael Wenzel, the infamous animal torturer, and was allegedly on the boat filming the incident. He issued a public “apology,” which means nothing really. F*ck MTV and f*ck their stupid show. Let’s not turn the beautiful Siesta Key into another garbage Jersey Shore. Full Story »

‘Siesta Key’ red-carpet event canceled; protest was in works

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The sons of prominent Floridians who tortured a sea animal on video are still evading charges. The FWC has failed to indict them, and has not responded to our open letter asking why. Meanwhile, as our petition grows online, the awesome people of Sarasota showed support in person. WTF Florida and 50,000+ other people say thank you.

Recap:

Michael Wenzel’s father is Robert Wenzel, the Manatee County planning section manager.

Robert Lee “Bo” Benac’s mother, Betsy, is chairwoman of the Manatee County Commission.

These two have been publishing photos of themselves torturing animals for many years. They have not yet been charged.

Until further evidence is supplied by means of an arrest, we can convincingly believe that this legal standoff is due to crooked persuasion and political favoritism. Full Story »

Let’s Make Florida Slightly Less Fucked Up

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“Let’s Make Florida Slightly Less Fucked Up.”

Dear Floridians (and everybody else),

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.

WTF Florida would like to state a new mission:

We are dedicated to becoming a Karma Neutral State.

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.

From this point on, we will occasionally start petitions to bring about justice, and to fix things that are unfair or that defy morals. We encourage our readers to help, not only by signing and sharing these petitions, but to also create them yourselves and to contact your representatives when appropriate. Please contact us if you have an issue that is important to you.

Send us info about your non-profit group or activism group, and we will try to get you more views (if you don’t mind being associated with us). Use the Contact page and let us know what you’re about.

All big problems start small. You can make a difference today by doing little things. Give a homeless person a bottle of water. Ask a local school what supplies they need and gift them with what you can afford. Use your fucking turn signals. The list goes on.

Help us help our state.

Let’s work together for the greater good.

Let’s make Florida slightly less fucked up.

 

 

Floridians For Freedom

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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 »

Florida Man says he still loves the wife who tried to kill him in botched murder-suicide

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A popular Florida school teacher and “soccer mom” fatally shot herself after she tried to kill her husband during a botched murder-suicide, according to reports.

Holly Fisher, 46, a mother of three, went on her rampage at 12:23 a.m. Saturday inside the North Port house she shared with her husband, Jason “Chase” Fisher, also 46, the Herald Tribune reported.

Her husband was wounded in the hand and chest and rushed to a local hospital, where he was listed in stable condition, the paper said.

Holly Fisher, a sixth-grade teacher at nearby Heron Creek Middle School, then turned the gun on herself.
Holly and Jason Fisher when they first got engaged.

It was unclear what prompted Fisher to go off the rails or whether the couple’s three kids were present.

Jason showed no animus toward his wife in a statement he made to the North Port Sun newspaper from his hospital bed after being shot.

“I just want to address that my wife and I deeply love each other and regardless of what has happened, that love persists,” Fisher said. Full Story »