Dave's Dummy of the Day takes us to Florida where our dummy is happy to be arrested because now he has "a great story" to tell. 

Dummy Nicholas Tralka led police on a high speed chase in Duck Key, Florida Sunday before jumping into the ocean and hiding under a bridge, and clinging to a piling to evade police. 

Once he was found in the ocean, he was arrested and charged with driving under the influence, causing property damage and resisting arrest. While in custody, he told officers that the strange incident will make "a great story" to tell his friends and family. 

When they tried to test his blood alcohol content, he resisted, telling officers, "I'm already going to jail, so why?"

Turns out, his blood alcohol level was double the legal limit.

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