A man is arrested in front of Family Fun Center Fun Plaza on Ocean Boulevard on Saturday, May 23, 2015, during Atlantic Beach Bikefest in Myrtle Beach. The man was placed in handcuffs, put in the back of a patrol car, then removed from the car, placed on the street, unhandcuffed and checked out by emergency personell. Seconds after his arm was lifted and dropped on its own weight, he jumped up only to be subdued by a team of law enforcement officers. He fought was he was placed in the back of a van. By Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
A man is arrested in front of Family Fun Center Fun Plaza on Ocean Boulevard on Saturday, May 23, 2015, during Atlantic Beach Bikefest in Myrtle Beach. The man was placed in handcuffs, put in the back of a patrol car, then removed from the car, placed on the street, unhandcuffed and checked out by emergency personell. Seconds after his arm was lifted and dropped on its own weight, he jumped up only to be subdued by a team of law enforcement officers. He fought was he was placed in the back of a van. By Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
A man is arrested in front of Family Fun Center Fun Plaza on Ocean Boulevard on Saturday, May 23, 2015, during Atlantic Beach Bikefest in Myrtle Beach. The man was placed in handcuffs, put in the back of a patrol car, then removed from the car, placed on the street, unhandcuffed and checked out by emergency personell. Seconds after his arm was lifted and dropped on its own weight, he jumped up only to be subdued by a team of law enforcement officers. He fought was he was placed in the back of a van. By Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
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