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PHOTO: Real Police Officer Fills Out Paperwork on Fake Springfield Cop Car After Guest is Caught Underage Drinking at Universal Studios Florida

Universal Orlando Resort’s biggest party of the year began today as Mardi Gras kicked off for the season. Some folks took the party a bit too far, however, leading to involvement from the local police department.

UOR Underage Drinking Arrest Real Cop Fake Cop Car Springfield

An adult was charged for giving beer to underage children in Springfield, USA. The alcohol was served to the parents, who passed it around to their children. The cop proceeded to use the convenient nearby fake police car to fill out their paperwork, leading to an interesting photo op.

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The officer, photographed here, is Chief Wiggum from “The Simpsons” and not the Orlando Police officer issuing the charges.

If prosecuted, adults in Florida can face up to 60 days in jail and up to a $500 fine. Orlando area theme parks are notoriously strict about underage drinking and the guests may face a trespass order as well.

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  1. Well yeah, the police for the area are still the respective county’s sheriff. There’s no special law enforcement for any of the parks.

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