Man dances on sheriff’s car to keep vampires away and priest rides man like horse during exorcism

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CAPE CORAL, FL – You know him as Dracula, the Prince of Darkness, the leader of the world’s vampires.

Some communities have put up signs to keep vampires out.

But there’s a dude in Cape Coral, Florida, who’s dancing to a different beat, literally.

Lee County deputies said the guy told him he was dancing on top of their patrol vehicle to keep vampires away.

Authorities aren’t sure if it worked, but they do know he damaged the roof and windshield wipers.

And no, he wasn’t drunk or on drugs, and apparently he has no history of mental illness.

But now he has a record for disturbing the peace and criminal mischief.

Proving once again, that no good deed goes unpunished.

Then there’s a video of a Moldovan Orthodox priest performing an exorcism by riding a man like a horse outside a church in the self-proclaimed state of Transnistria.

That’s in Eastern Europe, on the border with Ukraine.

The priest is well-known for treating alcoholics, drug addicts, cancer victims, and people possessed by demons.

In this case, the priest told the evil spirit that he, the priest, would ride the man all the way to Jerusalem.

Well, they didn’t get to the end of the sidewalk, not even with the priest grabbing the man by the ears as he rode him.

Wonder if that’s something they learn in priest school?

Doesn’t matter. It’s not something the Moldovan Orthodox Church condones.

Church officials say a specially trained priest should do such things.

The next stop for the priest may be a church court where he could plead “neigh” to any charges against him.