A man who appears in the "Jackass" movies was arrested in Ocean City last week on an outstanding warrant.
The incident started around 8:20 a.m. on July 30. Ocean City Police officers responded to the Oceanview Grill on 16th Street and the Boardwalk for a report of two disorderly men who refused to leave. One of the men was Brandon Thomas Novak, 35, of Baltimore, police said.
Novak is a professional skateboarder who's appeared on the realty TV show "Viva La Bam" and in several of the "Jackass" movies, all of which were based on a popular MTV show of the same name that aired from 2000-2002.
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Police said the men were reportedly intoxicated and disturbing other restaurant customers, and were asked to leave. After speaking with the men, they paid their bill and returned to their nearby hotel room.
Employees at the hotel told police they wanted to evict the guests and requested police assistance. At the same time, police learned that there was an active arrest warrant out for Novak in Cecil County, Maryland. The warrant was issued because Novak had failed to appear in traffic court in 2010 for driving without a license, online court records show.
Novak was arrested without incident, police said, and the other members of the group, including "Jackass" star Bam Margera, left the hotel without incident. Margera was not present for this particular early-morning run-in with police, said spokeswoman Lindsay O'Neal.
On his Instagram account, Novak posted a short video of his arrest, filmed by a cell phone camera, with the statement, "came to vacation, left on probation." The post had been "liked" more than 900 times since it went up Aug. 2.