Investigators say a professional stunt driver clad in extremely short white shorts and a cut-off vest left a path of destruction while driving under the influence of alcohol through downtown Orlando, Florida, early on Wednesday morning.
Grady Allen Bishop was questioned by police after his car broke down.
Officers said the Winter Springs resident also crashed into several street lights.
Bishop, 51, was given a field sobriety test and officials said his blood-alcohol level was over twice the legal limit.
Bishop was charged with DUI and leaving the scene of an accident.
Dressed in the same short shorts and vest he was booked into jail before posting $1,300 bond.
When asked what happened, Bishop said, “I don't know. I really don't.”
No one was inside the three damaged vehicles at the time of the crash.
The crash caused about $10,000 in damage.
Bishop owns Extreme Stunts, a company that's done extensive work with motion pictures. His impressive movie resume includes "Fast and The Furious" and work for Disney's “Lights, Motors, Action.”
Bishop’s colleagues said: “Mr. Bishop is highly respected and admired as one of the best stunt drivers in the industry."