Published: Sun, February 10, 2019
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Florida man suspected of DUI appears to dance through sobriety test

Florida man suspected of DUI appears to dance through sobriety test

Police say they spotted a truck parked with its brake lights on in front of a closed business.

According to police, Larson was found to have had a.28 blood alcohol content (BAC), which is triple the legal limit in Florida, which is.08.

Deputies said after knocking on the window and shouting, the man, identified as 33-year-old Christopher Ryan Larson, eventually woke up, but he seemed disoriented.

Before the video began, authorities said they found Larson in his parked vehicle, which was running.

As Larson got out of the vehicle, according to deputies, it rolled forward as it was still in drive. A deputy had to jump inside and hit the brakes to avoid crashing into a fence.

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However, during his sobriety test, Larson began to dance while attempting to prove he wasn't drunk. Body camera footage shows Larson lose his balance and start dancing during the "walk and turn" test.

Video shows him bouncing, moving his arms back and forth, turning on one foot as if performing a dance move, and "bounce-walking" in the opposite direction, Fox 13 News reports. At one point a deputy asks Larson if he's "complete with the exercise", to which Larson mumbles and continues dancing along the line. He said he would not call what he did in the video dancing and he would not comment further on the arrest.

Larson told deputies he thought he was in Clearwater.

It may have looked like a party in the west Florida town of Holiday, but it was actually a roadside sobriety test.

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