LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A man suspected of reckless driving finally surrendered after leading a police pursuit through the San Fernando Valley Tuesday – but not before busting a move.

California Highway Patrol officers ended the pursuit in Pacoima at about 10:40 p.m. with a PIT maneuver, as so many car chases end. But then the car chase took an unexpected turn.

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With several officers outside of their vehicles, pointing their guns at him, the suspect shuffled a little, then started to dance.

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The impromptu show, in which the suspect alternately kept his hands raised and touched his toes, extended the atypical surrender for just a few seconds. He finished by throwing out his arms, then put his hands behind his back and raised them again, probably on the order of officers.

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He was finally taken into custody and it’s not clear whether he was impaired.