Warner Wolf Injured, "Plantation" comes from Florida Sign

Image: Sheriff County Collier's Office

Warner Wolf, a 81-year-old sports basketball announcing baseball, football, and the ABC Olympics in the 1970's and gave the phrase "Let's go to the tape video" The word "Plantation" is a sign in a covered community, Classing Adventures, having criticized the name of the neighborhood racistically.

Wolf was arrested after Naples, Florida police went on the video tape (you see how this could not be avoided) and saw using a tool to remove the "Planting" spelling letters.

This story gets better, according to Buzzfeed News. Wolf always had a long card when the word was in the name of the neighborhood, and often challenged at community meetings. A witness reported that Mac Tíre was standing in a rock near the aggressive signal on November 30 at the end of the letters. Then, on December 13, Wolf drove up to the security gate and brought the letters wounded to a security guard "with instructions to give the property manager the broken letters."

Wolf convened with the authorities on February 7 and criminal disability was re-assigned. It was released on a $ 5,000 bond.

Florida is often the news for all the wrong reasons – looking at you, talking to the city commissioner – but this is a little bit.


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