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Chase suspect plays ‘real-life’ Frogger trying to run from deputies


A Florida man who was caught driving 110 miles per hour with a suspended license decided it was a good idea to play human ‘Frogger’ across one of the busiest highways in the U.S.

According to the NY Post, Zachary Sibert tried to pull away from the police but decided to pull over on the side of the road. As the pursuing officer pulled behind him, Sibert got out of the vehicle and began running across the five-lane highway, nearly being struck by a semi.

Sibert yelled ‘I’m Sorry’ to our Deputy as he took off running and while he was a courteous criminal, he was not very smart,” the Sheriff’s department said on Facebook.

He was detained after he was found in another person’s vehicle, hiding in the backseat.

Sibert faces multiple charges and a $1,500 bond. He’ll reappear in court in December.

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