Northwest Florida man Daniel Uhlfelder started making headlines back in early May, when he began making appearances on Florida's public beaches as the Grim Reaper, and releasing video of his travels on social media.
It was all to call attention to the dangers of reopening Florida's beaches amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A real estate and family attorney by trade, Uhlfelder put his money where his scythe is, filing a lawsuit against Gov. Ron DeSantis on March 20, demanding he temporarily close Florida's beaches and issue a safer-at-home order to save lives.
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