A driver was surprised to see a man clinging to the hood of a nearby moving car on I-95 in Miami in June 2018.
Officials said the man on the hood called police and said: "My life is actually in danger. I'm on the roof of my car, someone is driving."
The driver, identified as 24-year-old Patresha Isidore, was arrested after the incident. It's unclear if she knew the man on the hood.
Woman named Crystal Methvin arrested for possession of crystal meth
Crystal Methvin was arrested after police said they discovered crystal meth in her purse.
She was taken into custody in May 2018 after the St. Augustine Police Department responded to reports of a woman sitting in a car on the side of a highway and discovered the purse with the meth in her car.
Cookie Monster smuggles drugs
How many times have you read a headline and thought: "Only in Florida"? Here are some of the crazy things that have happened in the Sunshine State recently.
Police in the Florida Keys found roughly 300 grams of cocaine inside a Cookie Monster toy in a car they were searching in July 2017.
Man defecates in jewelry store lot
A man was caught on video defecating in a jewelry store parking lot in August 2017. Facebook wits labeled him "Crapperman."
"It's just downright shameful when people don't give a crap about their town," Crestview Police Chief Tony Taylor quipped. "It really stinks."
Suspect busted while staring at the sun
Car-theft suspect Jocsan Feliciano Rosado made a big mistake while on the lam: stopping to watch the August 2017 solar eclipse.
Rosado was captured while staring at the sky. "He never saw it coming," police said.
Loud sex stops tennis game
Sounds of a couple having sex in an apartment near a Sarasota arena were so loud that tennis players stopped mid-match in April 2017.
"It can't be that good," one of the players yelled.
Bull costume and tomato sauce break-in
Two Volusia County men allegedly broke into a home of a man they both dated, stealing from him and leaving spaghetti sauce boiling on the stove in an apparent attempt to start a fire, authorities say.
The men, John Silva and Derrick Irving, were charged with unarmed burglary, grand theft and arson in March 2018.
The victim told CBS Orlando affiliate WKMG-TV that Irving was wearing a bull costume when he broke into the home.
Frozen iguanas drop from trees
When temperatures dipped below 40 degrees in January 2018, it seemed like it was raining iguanas.
Really, they were just stunned by the cold and falling from trees. Wildlife officials said the iguanas weren't dead.
Man takes orders from caterpillar
Mathew Horace Jones allegedly used a forklift to wreak more than $100,000 in damage to a Florida liquor store in August 2017.
According to police, Jones said his name was Alice Wonderland and that he was compelled by a "hookah-smoking caterpillar" to cause the damage.
Oldster busted for seeking "sugar baby" on beach
A 73-year-old man was banned from a Volusia County beach in August 2017 after allegedly handing out cards that read, "Sugardaddy seeking his sugarbaby."
Richard Basaraba said he "engaged (a younger girl) before I knew she was 16 because of her bust size."
Man seeks lovin' before allegedly stealing trailer
A man stopped for sex before stealing a $1,200 trailer in August 2017, Broward County police said.
He was caught on video partaking in "some adult behavior with a companion" before the theft, authorities said.
Meanie pulls plug on bouncy house
A man in Port St. Lucie was caught on video pulling the plug on a children's bounce house during a May 2017 birthday party.
Two kids were reportedly hospitalized as a result of the collapse.
Man reports himself drunk driving
Florida authorities got a call on New Year's Eve 2017 from a man reporting himself for drunk driving.
He told a dispatcher he was, "I don't know, driving around, trying to get pulled over, actually."
Students "adopt" dead gator
Three Florida Gulf Coast University students allegedly brought a dead alligator to a dorm as a prank and posted pictures on social media in April 2017.
Man tries to kiss rattlesnake; obvious fate ensues
Ron Reinold, of Bostwick, was flown to a hospital in critical condition after he was bitten by a rattlesnake while trying to kiss it in May 2017.
Woman allegedly grabs EMT where it hurts
Lady Lake police said a woman drank five beers in a Walmart aisle in January 2017 before grabbing the groin of an EMT who came to evaluate her.
Lawyer's pants catch fire
A Miami attorney's pants caught fire in a courtroom in March 2017 ... as he was defending a client accused of arson. His client was convicted later that day.
Naked pastor allegedly flees house
Police said Pastor O. Jermaine Simmons ran out of a Tallahassee house naked in January 2017 after a woman's husband came home and found the pastor and the woman having sex.
Man drifts in lake, seeks nice swans
An Orlando man allegedly stole a swan-shaped boat in December 2017 and drifted around Lake Eola because swans "don't judge."
According to police, the man, Kyle Thurston, had the drug known as molly in his system and was screaming for help on the lake's fountain.
Another man kicks real swans
What is it about Lake Eola that has Florida men pursuing swans?
Park visitors reported to police that Rocco Joseph Mantella was kicking swans and a duck "as hard as possible," according to the Associated Press.
Mantella was arrested and charged with cruelty to animals.
ATM attacked for its overgenerosity
Michael Oleksik faced charges in December 2017 after allegedly damaging an ATM because it "was giving him too much money and he did not know what to do."
Man allegedly calls cops to report stolen cocaine
David Blackmon allegedly told police that $50 and about a quarter-ounce of cocaine had been stolen from his car.
Blackmon identified himself as a drug dealer when he reported the theft in July 2017, according to the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office.
Meat rains down in Fort Lauderdale
When Austin Adair heard a thump on his Fort Lauderdale roof in July, he thought it was thunder. Instead, he found two bundles of frozen pork next to the home and three on the roof.
Adair suspected the 15 pounds of mystery meat fell from a plane.
Drugs found at retirement homes
In June 2017, deputies raiding a Florida retirement community said they discovered methamphetamine and heroin. They also uncovered golf cart parts, which they suspected might be connected to a golf cart chop-shop.
Parents threatened with dead possum
William Markham faced charges after allegedly threatening parents with a rifle and a dead possum while they were picking up their kids from a school near his house in August 2017.
Man allegedly hits 17 vehicles
An Orlando man was arrested on suspicion of DUI after he allegedly struck 17 parked vehicles while trying to park his own SUV.
Tony Futch's arrest happened in August 2017.
"Joker" lookalike nabbed twice
A man with face tattoos resembling the Joker comic book villain was arrested twice within two weeks in Fort Lauderdale in June 2017.
Man found on airport tarmac
A man triggered a security scare at Miami International Airport in January 2018 when he somehow reached the tarmac from the cargo area. When police arrested the man, he told officers he had gotten lost.
Naked man climbs crane
Police in Hollywood, Florida, said it took 10 hours of negotiations to get a naked, suicidal man off a 300-foot construction crane in July 2017.
Family snake training backfires
A Sebring woman was charged with child abuse in June 2017 after posting a video apparently showing a snake biting her baby. The charges were ultimately dropped.
According to court papers, Chartelle Geanette St. Laurent said she had seen snakes on her property and wanted to teach her child about them.
Alleged face-eating killer fears demon
Austin Harrouff, a college student, was accused in late 2016 of randomly attacking and killing a couple in their Stuart garage and chewing on the dead man's face.
In an interview released by prosecutors in February, Harrouff said he was fleeing a demon-like figure named Daniel.
Drunken man allegedly steals, crashes forklift
Florida Keys authorities say a drunken man stole a forklift and crashed it in March 2017.
Edward Quinton told authorities he took the forklift because he had lost his keys and needed something to drive.
Man REALLY hates the phone company
Authorities in Hialeah said a man fired as many as 18 shots into two AT&T work trucks in July because they were blocking his driveway. The man confessed to firing at the trucks.