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Video: Florida Man Arrested After Dancing on Sheriff's Vehicle to Stop Vampire Attack

June 04, 2015  | 

VIDEO: Florida Man Arrested After Dancing on Sheriff's Vehicle to Stop Vampire Attack

A home surveillance video showing a man dancing on a Florida sheriff's deputy cruiser is making its way around the internet.

The video shows the man pulling his car in the driveway of a home that has a Lee County Sheriff's Office SUV parked out front. The man pulls his car up to the bumper of the SUV, gets out and climbs onto the roof of the cruiser. 

He then looks to strike a karate pose and starts dancing on top of the SUV while the Hall & Oates song "Rich Girl" plays on the radio in the background. The man continues to dance to oldies, pointing to his vehicle and moving his body to Supertramp's "Goodbye Stranger."

The man danced on the car in broad daylight for more than five minutes. The video then shows him sliding onto the windshield, then standing on the hood of the SUV and breaking the windshield wipers. The man gets off the SUV, steals an American flag from a neighbor's yard and wanders around in the home's yard, WFLA TV reports.

Neighbors saw the man and his weird behavior and called police.

The convicted sex offender reportedly told police that a “woman with fangs” knocked on his door, warning of a human sacrifice involving some vampires.

“The man made the conscious decision to get the Sheriff of Nottingham to help him stop the slaughter of small children,” according to a Cape Coral Police report.

The incident happened in April but the video was released this week.

Comments (3)

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notmeofficer @ 6/4/2015 6:52 PM

Im not sure if this was a take home car this wingnut got on... Im assuming because the deputy wasnt there it probably was

We must park our take homes inside and out of site all the time in L.A.
Too easy to be a target.. and get guns stolen

Thankfully no deputies injured

Jon Retired LEO @ 6/4/2015 7:38 PM

Too bad the woman with fangs did't finish the job and put him out of his misery.

132&Bush @ 6/5/2015 11:43 AM

Should have called the Winchesters.

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