‘Not my fault the truck don’t surf’: Florida man arrested after driving car into the ocean

‘Not my fault the truck don’t surf’: Florida man arrested after driving car into the ocean

VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) — A Florida man was arrested Tuesday morning after he drove through a closed beach and into the ocean in Volusia County.

According to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, shortly before 9 a.m., deputies were called to New Smyrna Beach after a vehicle drove around a closed gate and accessed the beach without paying the toll fee.

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The sheriff’s office said the driver, Jason Brzuszkiewicz, told officials he wanted to drive on the beach; however, the deputy explained that the beach was closed because the tide was too high.

Video shows Brzuszkiewicz driving his white pickup truck into the ocean.

During his arrest, Brzuszkiewicz can be heard telling deputies that he just wanted to surf and it’s not his fault the “truck don’t surf.”

He was taken to Volusia Beach Jail with a $200 bond. His vehicle was towed, according to authorities.

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