Man Dressed Up As The Grim Reaper To Tour Around Florida's Prematurely Opened Beaches

Man Dressed Up As The Grim Reaper To Tour Around Florida’s Prematurely Opened Beaches

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Just imagine you are at the beach adoring the waves, washing over your feet and the sun warming your skin and then you observe a tall, black-robed figure with a scythe out of the corner of your eye. You take a good look and grasp it’s the Grim Reaper!

Florida lawyer, Daniel Uhlfelder has decided to travel around his state beaches from 1st May 2020 to advise people concerning the dangers of not keeping to the rules of social distancing – all dressed up as the Grim Reaper.

The lawyer was quite clearly enthused to do this by New Zealand’s public service campaign where a person dresses up as the infamous Swim Reaper to promote water safety and attempts to avoid deaths from drowning.

While Daniel’s key message is to ensure that Floridians know how relevant it is to stay at home to prevent the pandemic, he equally plans to use his Reaper get-up to raise money for Democrats running for federal office.

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