Two Sarasota County, Florida, sheriff's deputies seemed a bit miffed when Charles Ross jumped over a picnic table they were sitting on. But when they noticed he was recording them they got really angry. Threatening to ruin his day, they pulled him to the ground, handcuffed him and arrested Ross for breach of the peace and disorderly conduct.
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