DAYTONA Seashore, Fla. – The city of Daytona Seashore decided Wednesday night to settle a lawsuit introduced by the so-termed Bare Cowboy, a performer regarded for wearing a cowboy hat and white underwear who was arrested past year during Bicycle Week.
Robert Burck, recognized nationally as the Bare Cowboy, has executed at Bike 7 days for many years but was arrested in 2021 on rates of violating the city’s panhandling ordinance and resisting arrest without the need of violence.
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This previous March, Burck sued the metropolis and two law enforcement officers, stating the city’s panhandling ordinance is unconstitutional below state and federal constitutions and that the officers violated the Fourth Amendment, which shields versus unreasonable queries and seizures.
Burck later made available to settle his promises versus the town and officers for $90,000, and metropolis commissioners voted 7 – to go forward with the proposed settlement at the Wednesday night time assembly.
The proposal did not demand the city to rescind its panhandling ordinance nor consist of any admission of fault by the city or the police officers, according to the Daytona Beach Information-Journal.
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