Larson later spoke with Fox 13 and said he would not call what he in the video dancing and would not comment on the arrest.
A Florida man was arrested for driving under the influence after he appeared to be dancing during a field sobriety test as shown on a deputy's body cam Wednesday. He also told deputies he though he was in Clearwater.
When asked to walk a straight line, Larson begins side-stepping and bouncing in the manner of a man who is unaware he is about to be taken to jail.
On a second pass, Larson starts churning his arms has he walks, with a bit of bounce in his hips.
His foot was on the brake, deputies said, and he appeared to be asleep.
'You're not complete? OK, continue please until you complete it, ' the deputy says.
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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. At one point, Larson turns on one foot, as if performing a dance move and then begins bounce-walking in the opposite direction.
When deputies were able to rouse him from his sleep, he left the vehicle but did not put it in park.
The deputy stopped the vehicle from hitting a gate by jumping in, himself, he said.
After his arrest, police said Larson admitted to drinking for several hours.
In bodycam footage provided by the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, the man can be seen attempting to dance instead of performing various tasks as deputies conducted the test.