Was he coming prepared for a possible arrest? A North Florida man who led police on a high-speed chase had a handcuff key hidden inside his rectum the entire time. It was revealed when he had an x-ray taken at the hospital — when his run from police came to an end.
It all started Saturday when officers received a disturbance call at a Baker County home and saw Nicholas Byram leaving the scene in his Jeep, when they arrived.
As police chased after him, Byram raced through residential areas reaching speeds over 100 mph. He also tried to hit the patrol cars that were in pursuit, according to police At one point, they say, he threw a beer out the window and kept going even after one of his tires was damaged.
When the Jeep lost a second tire, Byram lost control, landed in a ditch and hit a tree. When a police K9 approached – Byram tried to fight him off . “Monsoor” bit him in two spots and Byram punched the dog in the head.
Police Tased the suspect and he was transported to the hospital. As cops were searching Byram’s vehicle, they discovered marijuana. Meantime, the staff at a local hospital discovered a handcuff key lodged inside the man’s rectum.
Byram was charged with reckless driving, battery of a police officer, resisting arrest, drug possession and concealment of a handcuff key, according to Fox30. He was also found to be driving with a suspended license.
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