Florida Freakshow

Ep. 25: 911 Call for Ride Home, Half-Naked Parents, Barges in Backyards, COVID Karaoke Crisis

September 30, 2020 FloridaFreakshow.com Season 1 Episode 25
Florida Freakshow
Ep. 25: 911 Call for Ride Home, Half-Naked Parents, Barges in Backyards, COVID Karaoke Crisis
Chapters
00:01:08
9-1-1 Call for Ride Home in Winter Haven
00:06:07
Half-Naked Parents on School Video in Boca Raton
00:11:33
Barges in Backyards in the Panhandle
00:16:27
COVID Karaoke Crisis in Flagler County
Florida Freakshow
Ep. 25: 911 Call for Ride Home, Half-Naked Parents, Barges in Backyards, COVID Karaoke Crisis
Sep 30, 2020 Season 1 Episode 25
FloridaFreakshow.com

Join us for a humorous take on Florida news as we share oddball headlines from around the Sunshine State.

In Winter Haven, a man reports a dead body to 9-1-1, just so he can get a ride home from police. In Boca Raton, a teacher writes a warning to the parents of elementary school kids: keep your clothes on when you're helping kids on their school Zoom calls. In the Panhandle, Hurricane Sally brought debris, destruction and even some massive iron barges into some Floridians' backyards. Finally, in Flagler County, a karaoke bar kept the party going over the summer, and one big party caused a 'COVID super spreader' event.

Veteran journalists Cory and Kirsten O'Donnell may not be comedians, but they easily find the comedy behind Florida's headlines.  See more episodes on our website, FloridaFreakshow.com.

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Show Notes Chapter Markers

Join us for a humorous take on Florida news as we share oddball headlines from around the Sunshine State.

In Winter Haven, a man reports a dead body to 9-1-1, just so he can get a ride home from police. In Boca Raton, a teacher writes a warning to the parents of elementary school kids: keep your clothes on when you're helping kids on their school Zoom calls. In the Panhandle, Hurricane Sally brought debris, destruction and even some massive iron barges into some Floridians' backyards. Finally, in Flagler County, a karaoke bar kept the party going over the summer, and one big party caused a 'COVID super spreader' event.

Veteran journalists Cory and Kirsten O'Donnell may not be comedians, but they easily find the comedy behind Florida's headlines.  See more episodes on our website, FloridaFreakshow.com.

Like what you hear?
Make sure to follow our virtual freak show on Twitter and like us on Facebook.

Subscribe to Florida Freakshow
Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2XA1fuq
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2XA5BBA
Stitcher: https://bit.ly/frkshw-stitchr
Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/frkshw-googl
Overcast: https://bit.ly/2XxbgZ9
Pocket Cast: https://pca.st/fs6x8u9g
iHeart Radio: https://ihr.fm/2XA

9-1-1 Call for Ride Home in Winter Haven
Half-Naked Parents on School Video in Boca Raton
Barges in Backyards in the Panhandle
COVID Karaoke Crisis in Flagler County