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A Florida man tried to have a “not so ” great escape” last week, when he was trying to hide the speaker under the water in a pond is an “action movie” stunt, officials are easily thwarted and when he came up for air, authorities said.
Daniel, Christopher Booth, 36, had warrants out for his arrest in Baker County for the retail sale of methamphetamine, and the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, wrote on Wednesday on Facebook.
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When a deputy tried to arrest the Position, his work at a solar power plant, the sheriff’s office said the 36-year-old ran into the road and plunged into a pond.
“Now, we can only assume that Mr. Booth has seen a lot of action movies, and I thought that he would be able to hide from the K9 teams of the Suwannee CI, Mayo CI, due to it’s hidden under the water of a pond,” the post read.
The Booth that was being used was still dripping wet from the rain, according to the jail of the county, the sheriff’s office said.
(Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office)
Deputies quickly spotted when he first came to the surface and into the air, and made the arrest, according to the post.
The Stand was shipped “wet” to the Hamilton County Jail, the sheriff’s office said, adding in a few humorous hashtags, including “#NotRambo.”
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He’s had to deal with the extra costs of ill-planned escape.
Social media users are commenting on the sheriff’s post, with several pointing out the fatal flaw in the Balance of the plan.
Good action movies to show that you need to make the hole with a reed to breathe through,” one user wrote.
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Another said, “it’s Obvious that he forgot to grab a bamboo shoot to breathe while he waited. He needs to watch more cartoons.”