A man wearing a cowboy hat, boots, and a dress led authorities in Salina, Kansas on a car chase to remember Saturday.

Aaron S. Jansen from Dover, New Hampshire caught the attention of authorities when he was driving 90 mph on an interstate.

Jansen led authorities on a high-speed car chase, and later led them in circles for 40 minutes in a soybean field. He began throwing blankets and CDs out the window, surfing on top of the car, and yelling bible verses to them. Authorities pepper-sprayed Jansen several times and he eventually surrendered.

Jansen faces charges of fleeing and eluding, obstruction, reckless driving, and speeding. He is also wanted in another county for charges of vandalism.

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Source: kake.comkmbc.com