The 22-year-old man spent three days in prison for his actions.
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The “most magical place on Earth,” experienced a serious scare when an Arizona man is misinformed, Walt Disney World guests that there was an active shooter is to present it as an “experiment” for his YouTube channel.
On May 21, around midnight, Dillon Burch was arrested after sow panic in the Contemporary Resort, and say that the building on the lock of the WKMG reported.
The towers of the Castle at the Magic Kingdom are part of the view for guests who stay at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.
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According to a statement, the 22-year-old man began reports of people at the bus stop of the fake threat, before you go to the mini beach to warn the hotel manager Erin Taylor, and two others, according to The Washington Post. As Taylor began to panic, Burch said he was just joking and that the registration of the reactions of people was an “experiment” for a YouTube video.
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When confronted with another hotel manager, José Castillo, Burch changed his opinion and claimed the stunt was for a school project.” Castillo punished Burch, that he should not do and informed him authorities were on their way to talk to him.
Burch told Castillo not to follow him, fled on the parking area, and hid in a row of bushes on the hotel’s property, WKMG reported.
When an Orange County sheriff’s deputy arrived on the scene, Burch went to crawl out of his hiding place and announce that he was the one they wanted. The officials of the law enforcement to find with a beer in his backpack and reported that the man was “highly intoxicated,” People reported.
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Contemporary Resort was then on the lock of the by Burch’s claims. Burch was also booted from his hotel room, and is banished from the Walt Disney World property, documents say.
Burch appeared in court on May 22 and was charged with “disrupting the peace in a public accommodation and disorderly intoxication,” in which he pleaded no contest.
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Janine Puhak is an editor for Fox News Lifestyle. Follow her on Twitter via @JaninePuhak