Man Arrested After Telling Kids Santa's a Fraud

Updated: Jun 12, 2020

It's referred to as the most wonderful time of the year, and also every kids favourite holiday as we approach Christmas in just under two weeks. With that, what better way to spread Christmas cheer than yelling Santa isn't real to little kids enjoying a 'Breakfast with Santa' event.

Aaron Urbanski, was arrested when police arrived to the church where the event was taken place in Cleburne, a city just outside Dallas, Texas. While of course he wasn't arrested for telling kids jolly ole St. Nick is fake, but rather for a trespassing charge, the situation is leaving everyone questioning the motive behind Urbanski's outburst.

Does he just hate kids? Or does he like ruining lives and believe in teaching kids their life's a lie at a young age. This is every parents least expected worst nightmare, when a 31 year-old decides to protest against Santa, while he's in the building.

Some see this as a power move, telling kids to wake up and smell the coffee. While others view this as just a flat out greasy move, and want kids to enjoy the holiday as much as we once did. Maybe Urbanski is still hurt over the day he found out Santa is a made up fictional character.

One person who spoke on the issue, the Mayor of Cleburne, is on the greasy side of the debate and took the issue to social media. He took the situation to heart and even threw out a couple chirps to Urbanski and others involved saying, "Don't Mess With Santa!" and "Guess they wanted coal in their stockings to go with a court appearance."



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