Pasco County Sheriff's Office Deputies saw a parked vehicle in front of a closed business with its brake lights on and the engine still running around 2 a.m.
Larson was arrested for drunk driving after he was found asleep in his still-running truck.
The deputy then asks, 'Are you complete with the exercise?' and it sounds as though Larson says, 'no, ' before continuing to groove down the line.
According to an arrest report, Christopher Larson forgot to put the truck in park when he unlocked the door and began to get out. The officer was able to jump in just in time to stop it from hitting a gate it was idling in front of. When asked how much he had to drink, Larson asked the deputies to make it easy on him.
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The video also shows Larson side-step out of place and point at a deputy.
The deputy asked the man, 33-year-old Christopher Ryan Larson, to begin performing tasks related to a sobriety test.
After it was all over, Larson admitted to having been drinking for hours, and said that he thought he was in Clearwater, which is about 20 miles south of Holiday, where Larson actually was.
In one part of the video, a deputy is heard asking Larson if he is done with the test, to which Larson responds "No not really", before he continues.
Larson told Fox 13 News that he was not 'dancing, ' but would not comment further on his arrest.