Florida man dances through DUI sobriety test

A Florida man caught on police dashcam danced his way through a field sobriety test. Needless to say he did not pass

A Florida man caught on police dashcam danced his way through a field sobriety test. Needless to say he did not pass

He then consented to a breathalyzer test and deputies say he blew a.28 (blood alcohol content) which was more three times than Florida's legal limit of.08.

In a telephone interview, Larson said he would not call his actions during the test "dancing" and declined further comment, the station reported.

A Florida man's dancing skills, or lack thereof, were not able to get him out a DUI charge on Tuesday.

According to authorities, Larson also thought he was in a different city.

The video also shows Larson side-step out of place and point at a deputy. He started walking, but eventually starting bouncing as he walked along the line, hopped, and spun around, appearing to dance. Inside was Christopher R. Larson, 33, of Trinity, asleep at the wheel with his foot on the brake, according to the affidavit. He is then told to continue until he feels he had completed the exercise.

A Florida man caught on police dashcam danced his way through a field sobriety test. Needless to say he did not pass
A Florida man caught on police dashcam danced his way through a field sobriety test. Needless to say he did not pass

Investigators said Larson got out of the auto, but the vehicle started moving forward and a deputy had to jump inside and stop it. Police say they spotted a truck parked with its brake lights on in front of a closed business.

A Sheriff's deputy said he knocked on Larson's window and shouted before Larson responded by waving at the deputy, while appearing disoriented. When ordered out of the auto, he got out - but since it was still in drive it began to roll forward.

The deputy stopped the vehicle from hitting a gate by jumping in, himself, he said.

Once Larson was out of the truck, deputies asked him to perform field sobriety tests.

After his arrest, police said Larson admitted to drinking for several hours.

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