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A Florida man who worked as a salesman for an insurance agency in Florida just lost it when he was scolded for not wearing a mask in a Fort Meyers Costco store.

The man, identified as Daniel Maples, was wearing a red t-shirt that said, “Running the World Since 1776.”

The incident occurred at the Gulf Coast Town Center location on June 27, and has now cost him his job, as the insurance agency has released a statement saying he has been terminated.

WATCH what happened:

Billy Corben, who shared the video, also posted the following: UPDATE: The man has been identified as now former @TedToddAgency insurance salesman Daniel Maples. CEO @CharleyTodd says: “He absolutely does not represent our values and no longer works at our agency. We are working with Allstate to release a statement shortly. Wear a mask.”

The insurance agency released the following statement:

“Thank you to everyone for their comments and messages raising awareness about a former employee at Ted Todd Insurance. Their behavior in the video is in direct conflict with our company values and their employment has been terminated.

“Threatening behavior and intimidation go against our core mission to be trusted advisors in our community. We are also committed to immediately reviewing our internal existing culture at TTI. We ask that further feedback be sent to [email protected] Charley Todd CEO.”

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4 COMMENTS

  1. I couldn’t find mask wearing in our Bill of Rights. This will all be over in Nov. Stop being sheep, drop the mask hoax

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