Two beer-toting tourists from the Northeast stole a golf cart at Disney's Boardwalk entertainment area early Sunday and went on a dangerous joyride, deputies said.
Micheal Kulesza, 38, of Massachusetts, and Donald Rossi, 33, of New York were charged with grand theft and have since bonded out of jail.
Deputies with the Orange County Sheriff's Office were patroling at Disney's Boardwalk near Epcot when they spotted two men speeding in a golf cart while making a ruckus and forcing people to jump out the way.
"They were yelling, shouting, and laughing as they drove past where we were standing. They were obviously not Disney Cast Members,'' a deputy wrote in a report.
The deputies were standing near the Dance Hall and Jellyroll bars when they saw the car driving in "a reckless manner" toward a bridge leading to the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort.
"They rounded the corner fast enough to cause the extended golf cart to almost tip over,'' the report said.
"I gave immediate pursuit and caught the subjects at the back entrance to the Swan Resort."
The men apologized after the deputy told them to get off the golf cart.
"The driver, holding one beer, was identified as Defendant Donald Michael Rossi Jr. The passenger, holding two beers, was identified as Defendant Michael Kulesza,'' the report said.
A restaurant employee told deputies he parked the golf cart and left it while removing trash from the eatery. He saw two men drive off with the $6,000 vehicle.
The men continued to apologize as they were taken to jail.