By Red Pill  |  07-23-2017   News
Photo credit: Ryan Stiles | Facebook

Once again the infamous ‘Florida Man’ is making headlines, this time while driving down a Clearwater, Florida, beach running over chairs and umbrellas while taking shots from a bottle of Canadian Mist Whiskey.

The best part of the story? He livestreamed the entire drunken rampage on Facebook. The drunken redneck was being chased by the police the entire time. The video starts of him driving down the beach saying “Yeah we're f*cking g*damn live bru

Florida Man Livestreams Vehicle Attack On Facebook While Taking Swigs Of Whiskey

Once again the infamous ‘Florida Man’ is making headlines, this time while driving down a Clearwater, Florida, beach running over chairs and umbrellas while taking shots from a bottle of Canadian Mist Whiskey.

The best part of the story? He livestreamed the entire drunken rampage on Facebook. The drunken redneck was being chased by the police the entire time. The video starts of him driving down the beach saying “Yeah we're f*cking g*damn live bruh” as police sirens are raging behind him.

The 27 year old man seemed to be having the time of his life as he led police around the beach with his foot on the pedal, screaming “oh my God bruh we got so many damn police behind us bruh wew” among the many other expletives he yelled.

During the course of the chase the man continues to take swigs of whiskey from his bottle of Canadian Mist, clearly giving little to no consideration to the police chasing close behind him. He says “look at’em way back there bruh, whew wee” apparently in reference to the fact he was outrunning the officers during the chase along the beach.

Eventually the joyride came to an end, with Stiles being taken into custody. Fortunately for locals Stiles was apparently an accurate drunken driver, only destroying property and not running over beach goers.

"It could have been a lot worse today," Clearwater Deputy Chief Donald Hall said.

Chief Hall also told reporters at a news conference that Ryan Stiles “eventually came to a dead end where he had to make a decision, drive his black SUV into the water or surrender” which he chose the latter.

He was then taken into custody and now faces multiple charges, including DUI, reckless driving, hit and run, and threatening a public servant.

Clearwater police said they first began receiving calls around 4:30 PM about the man driving on the beach, running over beach chairs and trash cans. They said some people as far away as California called them because they saw the livestream on Facebook.

While it may be amusing, the Chief said, this is a serious matter and Chief Hall said "We had no idea what this individual's intentions were”.

Source:

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/crime/article162916583.html

h” as police sirens are raging behind him.

The 27 year old man seemed to be having the time of his life as he led police around the beach with his foot on the pedal, screaming “oh my God bruh we got so many damn police behind us bruh wew” among the many other expletives he yelled.

During the course of the chase the man continues to take swigs of whiskey from his bottle of Canadian Mist, clearly giving little to no consideration to the police chasing close behind him. He says “look at’em way back there bruh, whew wee” apparently in reference to the fact he was outrunning the officers during the chase along the beach.

Eventually the joyride came to an end, with Stiles being taken into custody. Fortunately for locals Stiles was apparently an accurate drunken driver, only destroying property and not running over beach goers.

"It could have been a lot worse today," Clearwater Deputy Chief Donald Hall said.

Chief Hall also told reporters at a news conference that Ryan Stiles “eventually came to a dead end where he had to make a decision, drive his black SUV into the water or surrender” which he chose the latter.

He was then taken into custody and now faces multiple charges, including DUI, reckless driving, hit and run, and threatening a public servant.

Clearwater police said they first began receiving calls around 4:30 PM about the man driving on the beach, running over beach chairs and trash cans. They said some people as far away as California called them because they saw the livestream on Facebook.

While it may be amusing, the Chief said, this is a serious matter and Chief Hall said "We had no idea what this individual's intentions were”.

Source:

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/crime/article162916583.html

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