Cindy DiCorrado

Maskless Woman Arrested In Boca Raton Einstein Bagel

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Cindy Falco-DiCorrado of Boynton Beach is arrested in the West Boca Raton Einstein Bagel for not wearing a masking and refusing to leave. (Courtesy CrazyKarens via Instagram).

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BOCA RATON, FL ( — Gotta love the anti-maskers. Boynton Beach resident Cindy Falco-DiCorrado was arrested by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office after refusing to wear a mask in the Einstein Bagel location at 9795 Glades Road in West Boca Raton.

Cindy Falco-DiCorrado, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

According to a police report obtained by, Falco-DiCorrado was ordered to leave the restaurant because she refused to wear a mask. Management called police. That led to Falco-DiCorrado shouting out all of the following once deputies were on the scene: “you are violating my rights, you are violating the constitutions. I am not leaving. That’s discrimination.” (She did apparently pluralize the Constitution). She also screams about Jesus as she is being handcuffed and claims she is being kidnapped by the police. Watch it all here:

Cindy Falco DiCorrado was cuffed and jailed. She is charged with “trespassing after warning” and “resisting without violence.” She was booked into the Palm Beach County lockup and later released on $2000 bond. We note the uncanny appearance to this woman (below) who spoke against masks — multiple times — in front of the Palm Beach County Commission.

This woman spoke against masks at a June, 2020 Palm Beach County Commission meeting.

We thank CrazyKarens on Instagram for the video and TMZ for exposing the ongoing mask compliance issue in South Florida.

The complete police report is below.



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