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Daniel Maples identify as a maskless individual who amid the novel coronavirus pandemic that has gone viral. The latest one, apparently filmed more than one week ago at a Costco in Fort Myers, Florida, showed a man in a red “Running the World Since 1776” t-shirt screaming that he “felt threatened” as he approached the purported source of the threat.

A search of the company website for Daniel Maples says the page for him no longer exists and Maples’ Linkedin page is no longer visible, even though it appears under a Google search. Ted Todd Insurance has said it has fired an unnamed employee

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The video was shared by film director Billy Corben and viewed by more than five million times by people online.

“Florida man at Fort Myers Costco in ‘Running the World Since 1776’ shirt flips out on elderly woman who asked him to wear a mask and man who defended her #BecauseFlorida,” Corben wrote of the incident. “This occurred at the Gulf Coast Town Center location on 6/27 and one of the customers targeted said: ‘To give Costco the credit, they escorted him out and made me wait inside and monitored him until he left and then they send someone with me to the care to make sure I’m okay.’”

The video began with a person off-camera saying, “We’re six feet away from you.”

“You’re harassing me and my family [inaudible],” the man in the red shirt responded.

“I feel threatened,” he yelled. “Back off! Threaten me again. Back the fuck up [and] put your fucking phone down!” At this point in the video, if you listen closely you can hear a woman speaking in the background. She seems to call him Dan. Twitter sleuths promptly identified him as Daniel Maples, a Florida man and an insurance agent at Ted Todd Insurance.

Yet another video of a store encounter featuring a maskless individual amid the novel coronavirus pandemic has gone viral. The latest one, apparently filmed more than one week ago at a Costco in Fort Myers, Florida, showed a man in a red “Running the World Since 1776” t-shirt screaming that he “felt threatened” as he approached the purported source of the threat.

The video was shared by film director Billy Corben and viewed by more than five million times by people online.

“Florida man at Fort Myers Costco in ‘Running the World Since 1776’ shirt flips out on elderly woman who asked him to wear a mask and man who defended her #BecauseFlorida,” Corben wrote of the incident. “This occurred at the Gulf Coast Town Center location on 6/27 and one of the customers targeted said: ‘To give Costco the credit, they escorted him out and made me wait inside and monitored him until he left and then they send someone with me to the care to make sure I’m okay.’”

The video began with a person off-camera saying, “We’re six feet away from you.”

“You’re harassing me and my family [inaudible],” the man in the red shirt responded.

“I feel threatened,” he yelled. “Back off! Threaten me again. Back the fuck up [and] put your fucking phone down!” At this point in the video, if you listen closely you can hear a woman speaking in the background. She seems to call him Dan. Twitter sleuths promptly identified him as Daniel Maples, a Florida man, and an insurance agent at Ted Todd Insurance.

The company announced that they had fired an employee whom they did not name, but whose behavior they said was “in direct conflict with our company values.”

The company went on to say, “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 HR@tedtoddinsurance.com.”

 

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