A man on a bicycle was arrested for stealing someone's phone, but he started racking up charges once the officers made contact with him.

Nashville Metro Police say they were contacted by the victim, who had borrowed a phone from a nearby business to make the call.

She said she was walking down the sidewalk when the man on the bike rode up behind her and stole her cellphone.

After stealing the phone, he continued to ride away.

The 23-year-old thief admitted to stealing the phone once he was caught by the Metro police, but then he began "projectile vomiting" onto the poor vehicle next to him.

Of course, the suspect was booked into the Metro jail on misdemeanor theft charges, and his bond for release will be set at $1,000.

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