He tried to make a snappy escape.
But Florida fugitive Bryan Zuniga got the shock of his life when he ran straight into the jaws of an alligator.
Tampa Bay cops stopped the 20-year-old driver at 2:50 a.m. Thursday morning because he was failing to maintain a single lane.
But, after pulling over, he fled the car breaking through a fence and vanishing.
As officers searched for him, Zuniga became the hunted as he was tracked and then viciously attacked by a gator near a water treatment plant.
Cops eventually caught up with their suspect several hours later as he was being treated in St. Petersburg General Hospital for puncture wounds to his face, arm and armpit.
Zuniga, from Pinellas Park, has been charged with fleeing police, driving with a suspended or revoked license and resisting an officer without violence.
"He just said he was attacked by the alligator. It's still unclear how he got (to the hospital)," Pinellas County Sheriff's Office spokesman Cristen Rensel told the Tampa Bay Times.

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This sh*t sounds like a comedy sketch from Looney Tunes.