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One-Armed Man w/Two Prosthetic Legs Caught Driving Drunk

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In what could be the strangest DUI suspect we've seen all summer, RMG News caught this compelling video which shows that even if you only have one good arm and two prosthetic legs, the CHP does not play when it comes to drivers who make them chase them for 15 minutes on the freeway.

RMG says, "A man driving a Ford van erratically refused to stop when Los Angeles police officers attempted to pull him over on the eastbound Santa Monica (10) Freeway near Hoover Street. CHP officers picked up the chase on the southbound Harbor (110) Freeway. The chase ended on the eastbound Glenn Anderson (105) Freeway near Atlantic Avenue when the driver, whose name was withheld, pulled onto the shoulder of the freeway."

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