Man Impersonates Federal Agent to Enter Epcot for Free

Man Impersonates Federal Agent to Enter Epcot for Free

Emerito Pujol really wanted to go to Epcot for free. Claiming to be a federal agent, the 74-year-old flashed a badge and strolled through Epcot at Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, FL. He initially claimed that he was an undercover officer who was looking for someone. However, when he was questioned further, he changed his story, saying he was "guarding someone important." 

When a security guard checked his badge, he saw that it read  "American Federation of Police." That's a nonprofit, not a federal agency, and the badge said he was an "honorary member." He was charged with unlawful use of a police badge, falsely impersonating an officer and petty theft. Epcot is cool, but is it really worth pulling a DMX?

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[via Gawker]

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