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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Florida men flee from police ... in a canoe

Posted By on Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 2:04 PM

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Looks like the infamous Florida man is at it again.  This time he brought along a friend. The two thought they'd be clever and try to get away from the cops. They should have chosen a better mode of transportation, though. Garrett Eure, 23, of Gainesville, and Jessie Bryant, also 23, of Fort Pierce, sent the police on a 9-mile chase down a river. In a canoe. The canoe was no match for the Madison County Sheriff's office motorboat and the wanted men were eventually caught after a 5-hour chase.

What's next in fugitive escape technology? Pogo sticks? Pine box derby cars?

Florida Man, also known as the World's Worst Superhero, has been busy this week. Here's some other trouble he's gotten into:

Florida Man Drops Pants, Asks Cop to Stick Finger in His Ass

Florida Man Demands Money While Slapping Woman in Face With Penis

Florida Man's Makeshift Backyard Gun Range Totally Legal, Somehow

 

 

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