An 18-year-old spring breaker seemed to be having a blast, until he caught the eye of a Sergeant working traffic enforcement in the area.

Florida Spring Breaker Says “I’m F*#@ed” After Dancing Through The Sunroof Of A Car

An 18-year-old spring breaker seemed to be having a blast, until he caught the eye of a Sergeant working traffic enforcement in the area.

An 18-year-old spring breaker seemed to be having a blast until he caught the eye of a Sergeant working traffic enforcement in the area.

The Sergeant, in Walton County, Florida, noticed a person standing with his body out of the sunroof of a moving car.

The sheriff’s office said the man was “dancing ridiculously” and probably attempting to get “tens and tens of TikTok likes.”

When the deputy approached the vehicle he smelled marijuana and noticed two of the passengers appeared to be intoxicated, although they denied having alcohol or weapons in the vehicle an empty bottle of Fireball was in plain view.

After being asked about a backpack located in the vehicle, 18-year-old Aaron James Taylor told deputies, “I’m f*#@ed”.

Deputies located the following inside the car:

  • 11 mini bottles of Fireball Whiskey
  • Two Mike’s Hard Black Cherry Lemonades
  • 20 grams of Marijuana
  • .45 Caliber Smith and Wesson pistol with a live round in the chamber
  • A magazine loaded incorrectly with five .45 caliber bullets
  • Three additional .45 caliber rounds lose in a backpack

Taylor, who is from Taylorsville, Kentucky was arrested for possession of alcohol under 21, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and illegally carrying a concealed firearm.

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