A scantily-clad woman hijacked a tow truck and led cops on a high-speed chase on a Los Angles freeway that ended when the she tried to outrun officers in her bare feet.
Police said a tow truck driver was about to hook up the woman's car in the University Park neighborhood at around 1 p.m. on Tuesday when she suddenly hopped in the truck's cab and took off.
The driver then took her car and sped after her, at one point causing an accident between two other cars, cops said.
In police chopper footage of the chase, the truck can be seen speeding down the 5 Freeway in Santa Fe Springs before the hood on the tow truck inexplicably pops up.
As the massive flatbed truck slows to a crawl, the woman, wearing only a pair of tight spandex shorts and a cut-off shirt, squirms out of the cab's window and begins sprinting down the shoulder.
Two police cars eventually catch up, and a gang of officers tackles her over the guardrail before eventually pinning and cuffing her.
Cop said she side-swiped several vehicles during the chase and tossed items out the window as she drove.
Los Angeles police Lt. Wayne Lightfoot told NBC Los Angeles that the woman did not give her name "either because she was unable to provide it, severely mentally impaired or under the influence."