From the NY Post:
Dramatic footage shows UFC legend Stephan Bonnar being pinned to the ground and cuffed as he was arrested for DUI.
The fighter, nicknamed “The American Psycho,” was detained Sunday afternoon in Las Vegas after motorists reported his “erratic” driving at 90 miles per hour, police said.
Witness Katie Dyer, 29 said: “If nobody had stopped him I think he would be dead.
“He was going to hit something, whether it was a car or a wall, and another person could have died.”
Dyer was part of a convoy moving south along I-15 into Las Vegas when she says she saw Bonnar’s red Cadillac dart across the midsection of the road.
Footage filmed by her 10-year-old son, Chance, shows Bonnar crawling along, straddling the emergency lane and holding up traffic.
Dyer claims that she, along with other members of the Jeep club JeepFam, went on to “box in” Bonnar and reduce their speed, forcing him to stop.
Passing truckers, meanwhile, arranged their vehicles in a line across the road, which brought the convoy to a standstill at around 2 p.m.
Police and traffic cops were called to the scene, and footage shows a Nevada highway patrol officer arresting Bonnar.
Video shows Bonnar, 41, looking flushed as he is held face-down to the gravel by four of the Jeep club members…
Read the entire dramatic story here: https://nypost.com/2018/10/31/ufc-legend-pinned-to-the-ground-during-dui-arrest/