Man dances his way through roadside sobriety test, charged with DUI


According to Fox 13, Pasco County Sheriff's Office deputies spotted a man asleep while behind the wheel of a a parked auto.

Larson is accused of then getting out of the vehicle while his auto was still in drive.

Larson also told police he was in Clearwater, 20 miles away from where he actually was.

Larson appears to bust out some fancy dance moves to evade arrest - but needless to say, the deputy was not impressed. Local media reported that deputies said Larson had a blood alcohol content of 0.28, three times the legal limit of 0.08.

After turning a half cirlce, he appears to look at the deputy and sort of shrug, before completing the rotation and getting back to trying to walk the line.

Deputies say the driver was asleep at the wheel. He is then told to continue until he feels he had completed the exercise.

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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.

According to an arrest report, Christopher Larson forgot to put the truck in park when he unlocked the door and began to get out.

He was awoken by deputies but then tried to get out the vehicle while the auto was in drive.

At one point in the tests, Larson was instructed to walk heel-to-toe across a piece of tape stretched out on the ground.

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

However, during his sobriety test, Larson began to dance while attempting to prove he wasn't drunk.