Florida Man Explains Calmly Why He Set Fired to Florida Gators Fan Car Because He’s a Miami Hurricanes Fan; Doesn’t Feel He Should Be Arrested


I am just playing, you can’t do this over a rivalry someone could have gotten hurt.

A Tallahassee man was arrested after admitting he set fire to a Florida Gators window flag on stranger’s vehicle because he’s a Hurricane fan.

According to court documents, on Sunday around 8:33 p.m. police responded to a call of a disturbance in progress. When they arrived, the victim told officers that the suspect, Iran Walters, had left the scene.

The victim told officers that as she was walking to her car, she saw Walters randomly lighting her car on fire, so she screamed at him and he immediately ran off.

The victim called 911 and, while she was on the phone, Walters walked back on her property and attempted to talk to her. Police say that after the victim told Walters to stay away from her several times, he finally left and headed towards Springhill Road.

Police found burn marks and burnt plastic on the doors and windows of the victim’s Nissan Altima.

Documents say officers later found Walters at the intersection of Springhill Road and Spring Sax Road. When they approached him, he began spontaneously sharing his side of the story.

Documents say Walters set fire to the Gators’ flag, that was on the vehicle because he said he’s not a Gator, he’s a Hurricane, and doesn’t “give a d*** about the Gators.”

He felt he shouldn’t have been arrested because the Gators suck. He’s been charged with Arson.

Robert Littal

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