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Florida Man Arrested For Disorderly Intoxication After Harassing Michael Jackson Impersonator

Drunk Florida Man has been charged with disorderly intoxication after he harassed a Michael Jackson impersonator. Todd Mahon, 51, had been drinking at a club, and after leaving, started yelling at the impersonator, who was performing nearby. Mahon accused the fake Michael Jackson of promoting the real Michael Jackson’s alleged child molestation.

A crowd of people was watching as Mahon harassed the performer, including an 11-year-old child who was part of the impersonator’s act. Witnesses said Mahon was very aggressive and tried to fight with fake Michael Jackson, then attempted to leave before law enforcement arrived.

Mahon gave conflicting stories to deputies trying to interview him. At first he told them he indeed confronted the impersonator. Then he took back his statement, and denied each of the accusations against him.

The deputies report states Mahon also denied he had been drinking alcohol that night, even though he reeked of it, and his speech was slurred and mumbled. That’s when Mahon was arrested and charged with disorderly intoxication.

(Photo courtesy of Pinellas County Sheriffs Office)

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