A father of two children who drank two glasses of beer in 30 seconds at Disney’s Food & Wine Festival is about to fall from the skyliner and is arrested for making a fuss
- Chase Holderley, 30, of Merritt Island, Florida, became drunk after drinking two beers in 30 seconds at the Disneyland Food and Wine Festival on Sept. 10.
- After he got drunk, he was observed “to stand in a line and shake everyone’s hand, high-five, and stumble.”
- When security approached him to leave the facility, he reportedly stuck his finger in the man’s chest and yelled at him before heading to the Skyliner.
- After “alarming” the people waiting in line, he climbed into the vehicle and almost got off, yelling insults at the guards as he tried to get off.
- He was eventually arrested for disorderly drunkenness and trespassing after yelling at security and nearly falling off a Skyliner platform.
- He struck a plea bargain earlier this month, paid a fine of about $300 and received no additional prison sentence.
A father of two children was arrested after nearly falling off the Skyliner after drinking two beers at Disneyland’s Food and Wine Festival.
Chase Holderby, 30, of Merritt Island, Fla., was enjoying a festival at Epcot when he decided to have two beers within 30 seconds near the American Adventure Pavilion, Sept. an eyewitness claimed.
According to Fox 35, after he got drunk, he was observed “high-fiving and shaking hands with everyone in line and tripping while standing in line.”
According to Miller, Disney employees took pictures of Holderby and went around other vendors at Epcot to signal him not to sell any more alcohol.
He was eventually arrested for disorderly drunkenness and trespassing after yelling at security and nearly falling out of a Skyliner vehicle.
Chase Holderby (pictured), 30, of Merritt Island, Fla., was enjoying two beers in just 30 seconds on Sept. 10 while enjoying Disneyland’s Food and Wine Festival at Epcot. He was arrested for disorderly drunkenness and trespassing.
The father of two (pictured with his wife and children) quickly became belligerent and began yelling at security and arguing with someone in the group. people who were in encouraged him to drink water and eventually he was asked to leave the facility
On the way to the Skyliner, which transports visitors between the various parks, he climbed into the vehicle and tried to get off to shout insults at the guards. , stopped the ride for safety
After his photo was handed to Bender, his group realized he was causing a ruckus and began encouraging militant park-goers to drink water and head for the exit, Miller reported. .
A few minutes later, he reportedly got into an argument with someone who had come with him near the Japan pavilion behind the park. On our way to Morocco, the pavilion next door, we were told to leave the property by Disney security.
He reportedly stuck his finger in the man’s chest and began swearing at him, claiming he had done nothing wrong.
Police followed the father to the International Gateway, two blocks away from the pavilion. Meanwhile, his father took off his shirt and kept asking what he did wrong.
Holderby reported further yelling at a security guard on the way to the Skyliner at the International Gateway.
“Once in line, he continued to behave aggressively, unnerving the large number of people in line,” the report said.
Holderby got into the vehicle and tried to push his body out to insult the guards, but “dangerously nearly fell into the area below where the attraction operates”.
He was arrested by the Orange County Sheriff and posted bail the same day.
He later made a plea bargain, did not contest, and paid a fine of nearly $300.
As he nearly fell, park staff stopped the ride to ensure his safety, “embarrassing and delaying all other riders”.
Officers eventually arrested Holderby for trespassing and disorderly drunkenness. He posted his bail on the same day, Sept. 10.
According to Miller, he struck a plea bargain earlier this month, paying nearly $300.
According to the police report (pictured), the father refused to leave the park.