College Student Wore Real Ammunition as Part of 'Terminator' Halloween Costume: Cops

University of Central Florida Police
University of Central Florida Police

A student at the University of Central Florida was detained after getting too into the Halloween spirit. 

The 20-year-old wore a “Terminator” Halloween costume, complete with live gunshot shells worn over a leather jacket, according to authorities.

UCF Chief of Police Carl Metzger told Fox News that the student seemed surprised he caused such a stir.

The department received a phone call about the costume and responded to the scene on campus.

“There was no ill on intent on this student’s part,” Metzger said. “[It was] not the smartest thing to do.”

The student was reportedly questioned but not charged after the incident. 


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