Emerito Pujol, looking sad as all get-out in his mug shot, flashed a badge and walked right through the entrance to Epcot, one of the parks at a Disney World. He said he was an undercover officer and was looking for someone. When pressed, his story changed slightly: now he was "guarding someone important." Finally, a security guard checked his badge and noticed it read "American Federation of Police" and "Honorary Member." (The AFP is a nonprofit, not a law enforcement agency.)

The 74-year-old Pujol was charged with unlawful use of a police badge, falsely impersonating an officer and petty theft. In his defense, Epcot is really fun.

[South Florida Sun-Sentinel, via Fark]