Beaches in parts of Florida began reopening today after almost a month. Florida residentDaniel Uhlfelderis not a fan of the decision to re-open the beaches (he’s sued Gov. Ron DeSantis to close them) and came out in some unusual regalia to protest the decision:
And yes, Uhlfelder is planning to make this a thing:
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