Robert Rizzo Fired as Surf City Parking Lot Guard
Rizzo was working behind the Surfing Museum as part of a DUI community service sentence.
Robert Rizzo sits guarding the Surfing Museum parking lot (L.A. Times)
Rizzo was working behind the Surfing Museum, standing guard over the museum's tiny parking lot.
It was a volunteer position he was working as part of his community service related to a DUI conviction in which he has to perform 80 hours of community service.
Apparently, his "high profile" image and the crush of photographers and reporters were just too much for the museum's tiny parking lot so Surfing Museum officials said, "thanks, but no thanks" to Rizzo.
In November of last year, Rizzo was seen working as a volunteer at a Huntington Beach Salvation Army Store.
Rizzo is charged with more than 50 felonies and is accused of misappropriating millions of dollars in a poor community, while concealing the fact that his annual compensation was nearly $1.5-million.