It's tough to do anything these days without it being caught on camera. Whether you're doing something and intentionally filming it to save for later or post--or perhaps you're doing something and someone else is watching and filming...somehow, everything makes its way to the internet.

A recent TikTok that has now garnered hundreds of thousands of views has some scratching their head. Yes, it took place in Idaho but we aren't quite sure where.

Can anyone recognize this area? There seem to be a lot of windmills and despite the dead end sign, there has to be a freeway on the other side of the patrol car.

In this video, which appears to have been captured by a resident of a home over their backyard, there seems to be some sort of altercation. There is a state trooper, a man who is presumably a motorcyclist (he's wearing a motorcycle helmet), and some guy in a white shirt that the internet can't seem to understand.

Before we get to the video, here's the play-by-play of this strange encounter

Man Zapped By Taser on Idaho Road

The Idaho State Police weren't messing around with this guy!

Check out the whole video for yourself, in the TikTok video which has been embedded, below: 


@canyourdaddydothat #cops #arrested #bikelife #bikenight #fyp ♬ original sound - Aaron Trujillo


Earlier this year, there was a pretty insane police chase that happened right here in Boise--did you miss it? Check out the breakdown, below: 

Boise High Speed Chase Caught on Camera

On Sunday, April 10th, a high speed chase took place in the streets of Boise. The pursuit by Boise Police eventually ended near Bishop Kelly High School where more drama played out. Fantastic footage was captured by Vin Crosby, a well-known Boise meteorologist who said that during the chase, the suspect came within just feet of hitting him.

Check out the play-by-play and the action-packed video, below!

Video Captures Boise Residential Police Chase

Imagine seeing this outside of your front door!?

Boise Police Arrest 11 in Secret Operation

Here in the Treasure Valley, we aren't used to seeing large groups of arrests or frankly, any serious crimes. On Tuesday, September 21st, however, the Boise Police Department hauled in 11 arrests in one successful "sting" operation.

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