Maybe they just wanted to relax.
Authorities on Wednesday arrested a suspected tiki bar hacker accused of escaping with a floating hut in the Florida Keys.
The US Coast Guard said wildlife officers arrested an allegedly intoxicated person in a stolen “tiki hut boat” near Hawk’s Channel.
“The person on board has shown signs of intoxication and has been taken into custody by @MyFWC,” the Coast Guard tweeted, identifying the Florida’s Fish and Wildlife Commission. “Do not drink and do not sail!”
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The photos show USCG members at the “helm” of the floating bar and on the deck as they brought it back to port.
It’s also not the first time that a floating tiki bar has surfaced in connection with a bizarre title.
A group of priests on a floating bar rescued a struggling kayaker on Lake George in New York City last September. Members of the Paulist Fathers had traveled to the lake for a retreat and were passing by on a tiki tour when they encountered the victim, Jimmy MacDonald, struggling to stay afloat in rough water.
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Frank Miles of Fox News contributed to this report.