HOUSTON - One of the pranksters who played basketball in the middle of a busy Houston road near an interstate entrance isn't laughing now.
Houston Police arrested Roland Zepeda on outstanding warrants in Fort Bend County. In an Instagram video of the arrest, Zepeda says he considered turning himself in after being on the run for two years.
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Well been on the run for two years now for some stuff I did in the past and now they want to press the issue and act like I'm Americas most wanted. So I was enjoying my day at Barneys when someone decided to call the police and be a rat. So shout out to that RAT. So now I'm in custody with no bond and have other warrants in other city's. I'm going to have to sit down for a little bit but I'll be back. I appreciate all the love and support and if you have anything negative to say when I get out, I'm giving you a wedgie. 😂😭😂😭 #dropsmic #freemyhouseisdirty #SoWhatYouThinkAboutThePrank
"I would have turned myself in long time ago, but I have multiple warrants this year, so I didn't do it," Zepeda tells an officer in the video.
The arrest video already has more than 12,000 views and it's no prank.
This comes just weeks after the video of Zepeda and his partner in crime Edward Gonzales playing literal street ball went viral.
Earlier this month, they were both charged with obstruction of a highway, but the cops hadn't caught up to them yet.