"In March 2019, a "Florida Man Challenge" game began trending across various social media platforms, in which participants shared news headlines taken from search queries for "Florida Man" followed by their birthday".
While not every single date brings up a Florida Man crime, many do.
Someone else bragged that her "Florida Man" is "wholesome" because he broke into a neighbor's home 'to pet their cat'.
"Have you guys figured out that the "google Florida man" bit is a data mining scam, or are you too busy taking an ancestry test?" read one tweet.
When I typed in "Florida man september 14", Google gifted me this gold: "WATCH: Shirtless Florida man with American flag headbangs during Hurricane Florence".
Here are some of the more fun responses from people who have tried the challenge today.
'I did "Florida man June 7th" and got this: "Florida man gets headbutted, knocked out by alligator"'.
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Florida is one of them.
Now, Florida Man is a social media challenge.
Now, the Florida Man Challenge is taking over the internet.
If you're still unclear about what, or exactly who, Florida man is, this clip may or may not help clarify things.
Thanks to Florida's strong public records laws - also known as Sunshine Laws - it's easy for journalists to get their hands on police incident reports and churn out attention-grabbing stories.
And then there's the combination of subtropical temperatures, palm trees, and endless blue skies that seems to inspire some people to shed all inhibitions.
"Florida Man wrecks liquor store, blames it on caterpillar".