A dad came home with the corpse of a man he allegedly shot in a park and asked his teenage daughter to help bury him, police say. William Lewis Porter, 50, is accused of gunning David Brady, 54, dead after a scuffle in a park. It is said Mr Brady made an inappropriate comment about 18-year-old Celina Marie Porter. But Porter returned home with the corpse and said “we gotta bury a body,” officers in Zephyrhills, Florida, claim. The defendant allegedly loaded the body into his car and he and his child were said to have driven 40 minutes to dump it in a lake. Porter has now been charged with second-degree murder while Celina Porter faces accessory to murder charges. They both remain in prison cells ahead of court apperances. Sheriff Chris Nocco, for Pasco County Police, said Porter took offence to a remark Mr Brady made as they drank beer in a park. After a scuffle, Mr Brady drew a gun but police say Porter wrestled it off him and shot his mate in the chest. The investigation continues.