Police arrested a man for DUI in Holiday, Florida on February 6 after they say he danced during his field sobriety test and told police he believed he was driving in a different city.
Larson reportedly told Fox that he would "not call what he did in the video dancing", but did not comment further on the arrest.
The move was a fail as deputies charged him with DUI anyway.
Then, he appears to raise one arm and lower it across his body, just like John Travolta's Tony Manero character in the 1970s classic, Saturday Night Fever.
The deputy then asks, 'Are you complete with the exercise?' and it sounds as though Larson says, 'no, ' before continuing to groove down the line. The deputy said the man's foot was on the brake pedal. He is then told to continue until he feels he had completed the exercise.
The sheriff's office said it all began when a deputy pulled over to check on the occupant of a vehicle parked in front of a closed gate outside of a business in Holiday.
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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.
The man got out of the vehicle, but the deputy said it was still in drive and began to roll forward.
Once Larson got out, video shows him losing his balance and breaking into a dance move during the "walk and turn" test.
After his arrest, police said Larson admitted to drinking for several hours.
The incident took place near the intersection of Berry Hill Road and Grand Boulevard.