Father-of-two who chugged two beers in 30 seconds at Disney food and wine festival is arrested after nearly falling off Skyliner ride and causing a disturbance
- Chase Holderly, 30, of Merritt Island, Florida, got drunk at Disneyland’s food and wine festival on September 10 after chugging two beers in 30 seconds
- After he became intoxicated, he was observed ‘shaking everyone’s hand in line, high-fiving people, and was stumbling’
- When he was approached by security to leave the premises, he reportedly stuck his finger in the man’s chest and yelled at him before heading to the Skyliner
- After ‘alarming’ those waiting in line, he boarded the ride before attempting to get off to yell insults at security, nearing falling off
- He was eventually arrested for disorderly intoxication and trespassing after yelling at security and nearly falling off the Skyliner platform
- He took a plea deal earlier this month and paid a nearly $300 fine and received no additional jail time
A father-of-two was arrested at Disneyland’s food and wine festival after chugging two beers and nearly falling off the Skyliner ride.
Chase Holderby, 30, of Merritt Island, Florida, was enjoying the festival at Epcot when he reportedly decided to down two beers in a matter of 30 seconds near the American Adventure Pavilion, witnesses claimed in September.
After he became intoxicated, he was observed ‘shaking everyone’s hand in line, high-fiving people, and was stumbling while in line,’ deputies said, according to Fox 35.
A Disney employee took a picture of Holderby to pass around the other vendors at Epcot to signal to them not to sell him anymore more alcohol, according to the Mirror.
He was eventually arrested for disorderly intoxication and trespassing after yelling at security and nearly falling off the Skyliner ride.
Chase Holderby, 30, of Merritt Island, Florida, (pictured) was enjoying Disneyland’s food and wine festival at Epcot when he reportedly decided to down two beers in a matter of 30 seconds on September 10, leading to his arrest for disorderly intoxication and trespassing
The dad-of-two (pictured with his wife and kids) shortly became belligerent and started yelling at security and arguing with a person in his group. Those with him reportedly encouraged him to drink water and he was eventually asked to leave the premises
While heading toward the Skyliner ride, which transports visitors between various parks, he reported got onto the ride before attempting to get out to yell insults at security. This cause park employees to shut the ride down for his safety as he almost fell
After his photo was passed around to vendors, his group noticed he was causing a scene and started to encourage the belligerent parkgoer to drink water and head toward the exit, the Mirror reported.
Minutes later, he reportedly got into an argument with someone he came with near the Japan Pavilion, located in the back of the park. As he made his way to the neighboring pavilion, Morocco, he was asked by Disney security to leave the premises.
He reported stuck his finger into the man’s chest and started to swear at him, insisting he had not done anything wrong.
Police followed the dad to the International Gateway, two pavilions away, while ‘he took his shirt off and continued asking what he had done wrong,’ the report said.
Holderby reported yelled at security some more as he headed toward the Skyliner ride, located in the International Gateway.
‘Once in the line queue, he continued to act belligerently and cause the crowd of people in line to become alarmed,’ the report said.
Holderby boarded the ride before he tried to push himself out to yell insults at security and was ‘dangerously close to falling into the area beneath where the attraction operates.’
He was arrested by the Orange County Sheriff and posted bond the same day
He later took a plea deal and pleaded no contest and paid nearly $300 in fines. He did not receive any jail time
His near fall caused park staff to stopped the ride to keep him safe and ‘inconveniencing and delaying all other riders.’
Officers eventually arrested Holderby for trespassing and disorderly intoxication. He posted bail the same day, September 10.
He took a plea deal earlier this month, according to the Mirror, paying nearly $300. He pleaded no contest and did not receive any jail time.
The police report (pictured) said the dad refused to the leave the park. He was also reportedly high-fiving people and shaking their hands as he made his way through various parts of the park
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