A Florida man found himself in handcuffs after an unusual incident at President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, where he claimed he needed to discuss a colossal sum of “$6.3 trillion” with the former president and adamantly refused to vacate the premises, according to authorities.
Brian Whitehurst, a 30-year-old resident of Lake Wales, was apprehended on Sunday on charges of trespassing.
The incident, as documented in a Palm Beach police report, transpired when Whitehurst parked his vehicle in the service entrance area of the Mar-a-Lago Club.
He promptly approached Secret Service Agent Tim Donohue, asserting his intent to meet with the president regarding the purported $6.3 trillion matter. Whitehurst further insisted that he possessed a reservation for a stay at the exclusive resort.
Agent Donohue, however, clarified that there was no record of a reservation in Whitehurst’s name and requested that he leave the premises.
In a startling turn of events, Whitehurst categorically refused to comply with the Secret Service’s directive and boldly declared that he was prepared to face arrest, as per the police report.