ESPN says two Flagler County, Florida high schools are holding their graduation ceremonies at the Daytona 500. Each graduate and their family will pile into one car before they receive their diploma as their car crosses the finish line. They can then go for a victory lap before exiting the stadium.
The NY Post says the Orlando Police recently arrested Richard McGuire after they caught him camping on Discovery Island inside Disney World. The theme park has been closed since mid-March because of the virus. McGuire told cops that he didn’t see the NO TRESPASSING signs and thought he had stumbled upon a tropical paradise after he broke into the park. He was charged with trespassing.
The Daily Star says a man from Shropshire, England is selling a coffin on Facebook Marketplace because his grandmother beat the coronavirus and didn’t need it. The ad reads, “My nan didn’t die so we are selling the coffin we purchased last Thursday, it is 5’4” long and is in “new” condition. Social distancing may be difficult, as it’s quite heavy (we put my grandad in it to see if we could lift it, in a practice run) but if you bring four people it should be OK. Fits in any hatchback with a little squeeze.”