Florida Man strikes again:
Two Florida women outsmarted an alleged stalker by bringing him straight to a police station after a prolonged pursuit Sunday.
Jason Joseph Seeburger, 37, allegedly pulled his car up to a 24-year-old woman and stared at her as she stood outside her house in Plantation.
He parked his car and kept an eye on the woman for five minutes until a friend picked her up, the Sun Sentinel reported.
When the women drove away, Seeburger made a U-turn and followed them, according to an arrest report.
The woman tried tricking Seeburger, making arbitrary turns to see if he kept his creepy pursuit.
He stayed on them for about 20 minutes, driving right up to the car and shouting something they couldn’t hear.
At last, the women drove to the Sunrise police headquarters and walked inside to report the pest — as he sat in a parking spot and watched.
An officer realized Seeburger lived in Sunrise, and started heading toward his home, only to spot the man’s car on the way and pull him over.
Seeburger had his zipper and belt undone when he stepped out of his car, police said.
You know you’re not supposed to do that, right?