Florida Man July 20th is another random event in the life of the Florida man, on July 20th what happened? Read the full in depth story below: Florida man 20th July – Florida man incinerates $1m dollar ancient Buddhist chair In the evening of July 20th, a Florida man was seen burning his family’s old possessions on the front lawn as an argument ensued. A witness in the household told us that the Florida man had been given an eviction notice on his 18th birthday by his father, and told that he has to make his own way in life now he is 18. The Florida man did not react well, hauling out multiple high-expense items to the front lawn before covering them in gasoline and setting them alight. We caught up with the father who served the eviction notice who told us “I made my own way here at 18 and was homeless, I made my millions through graft and blood, my sons will not be handed everything in life and if they wish to make it then they have to innovate and work for it”. The arrest Police were called by a neighbor on July 20th who was concerned about the sheer size of the fire, complaining that she could barely breathe because of the varnish that was polluting the air around her. The police then put the fire out, and arrested the young man further down the road as he was walking towards the inner city of Lake City. The sentence On July 20th the Florida man was sentenced to 16 weeks in prison as his parents would not press charges against him for the expensive burned chair and other items. He was charged for destruction of property, as charged by the police and charged for damages to the adjacent properties where the fire burned away, as fences had also taken light. The Florida man’s father commented “I would offer to pay for these damages, but when I moved here no one offered to pay for me to get out of trouble, I served 12 months for stealing apples”. Our thoughts Wow, there’s nothing like a little bit of family love. If there’s one good thing we can take from this story, it’s that the Florida man’s father didn’t press charges for burning items totalling over $1m dollars, so there’s still some love in there for him.