It's something you think you'll only see in the movies, but one local man is making the definition of "joy ride" into a reality.

A 33-year-old Jacksonville man was arrested for knowingly driving on a suspended license and interfering with traffic on June 11.

Steve Ducharme, a First Coast News viewer, first spotted the driver jogging next to his rolling car with the door open.

PHOTO: Steve Ducharme

Ducharme took a video of the incident around 7:30 p.m.

According to the Jacksonville Beach Police report, Officer Gregory Gordon was dispatched in reference to a black Hyundai Sonata with both driver and passenger side doors open.

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Officer Gordon spotted the vehicle traveling southbound on 2nd Street North with both doors open and impeding vehicle traffic traveling northbound.

PHOTO: Steve Ducharme

The driver, 33-year-old Robert Finley, was arrested for knowingly driving on a suspended license. Finley was also arrested for "opening or leaving a door open of vehicle- interfering with traffic."

Finley was transported to the Duval County Jail for further processing.

The man riding on top of the car was identified as 24-year-old Elmario Clay. According to the police report, Clay didn't face any charges.

The vehicle was towed by ASAP Towing.