Man walks into closed Volcano Bay restaurant and pours himself $50 alcoholic drink: affidavit

(Orlando Police Department)

One man took last call to the next level when he allegedly walked behind the counter of a closed restaurant at Universal's Volcano Bay water park in Orlando, Florida, and poured himself a drink, according to an Orange County arrest report.

On June 22, at 8:30 p.m., deputies said a security officer noticed the door to one of the resort's closed restaurants, Krakatoe Katy's, was broken. After reviewing security footage from within the restaurant, a man, later identified as Thomas Burage, 32, of Illinois, was seen on video entering the restaurant through an unlocked door and grabbing a cup behind the counter to pour him a drink estimated to be $50.

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After pouring himself the drink, he tried to leave through the restaurant's exit doors, but since they were locked, he slammed his shoulder against the door a few times, causing the locks to break and doors to open, the affidavit stated.

The security officer later found Burage around 9 p.m., who was being assisted by another security officer in looking for a lost item of his.

While being detained for questioning until Orlando police arrived, Burage reportedly admitted to security that he "f**ked up" and that he shouldn't have gone into the closed restaurant, the affidavit stated.

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Burage was arrested on one charge of petty theft and two charges of burglary.

The door he reportedly broke was approximately $1,700.