Florida Man Has Charges Dropped For Bumper Sticker Arrest

In America we are blessed with freedom of speech, but this Florida man was violated and he is fighting back.

Charges have been dropped against a man who claimed his rights were violated after he was arrested last week for sporting an "I Eat Ass" bumper sticker.

Per the Orlando weekly: Assistant State Attorney John Foster Durrett stated that all charges against 23-year-old Dillon Shane Webb have been dropped, and that his "I Eat Ass" sticker is in fact protected by the First Amendment

"Having evaluated the evidence through the prism of Supreme Court precedent it is determined the Defendant has a valid defense to be raised under the First Amendment of our United States Constitution. Given such, a jury would not convict under these facts," said Durrett in the letter.

Dillon is now a free man, and yes you only find stories like this in Florida.

What is the craziest bumper sticker you've ever seen? Let us know in the comment box.

 
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