What does about the person mean?

According to the Florida Standard Jury Instructions “on or about the person” means physically on the person or readily accessible to [him] [her].

There are two cases used to create this definition:

Ensor v. State 403 So. 2d 349 (Fla. 1981), The term “on or about the person” means physically on the person or readily accessible to him. This generally includes the interior of an automobile and the vehicle’s glove compartment, whether or not locked.