(Sun Sentinel) Andrew Paul Tremsky, 36, of Boca Raton, was tased and sent to the slammer after cops and a county park ranger told him he couldn't attach his gymnastics rings to a tree in a Delray Beach, reports the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
"It's probably his constitutional right to be on park property," said Eric Call, director of Parks and Recreation for Palm Beach County. "If he was doing back flips on the ground, that would be fine. But to be using the park's natural features, buildings or structures in a manner that they weren't intended to be used for, that's not a constitutional right."
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