Apparently the city of Orlando, Florida hates homeless people. At least that's the only reason I can think of for arresting a man for serving "30 unidentified persons food from a large pot utilizing a ladle". Apparently the man broke a controversial law barring charities from serving food to more than 25 people within two miles of Orlando City Hall without a permit (of which groups are limited to two per year).
Police even collected a sample of the soup the man had been serving to use as evidence.
Where I live we tend to call things like that "community service" and the person behind acts of "community service" sometimes even get their picture in the paper because they are what we call a "good Samaritan". Sadly Orlando has abandoned such concepts because they think that homeless people should stay out of sight of rich tourists. I can understand their reasons behind the law but there are better ways to achieve their goals.
And just for the record you can reach the Orlando City Commissioners using the following information.
City of Orlando
400 South Orange Avenue
P.O. Box 4990
Orlando, FL 32802-4990
City operator: 407-246-2121
Or find the phone number for a specific office here.