A man wearing a yellow dress was arrested after he allegedly smashed a construction vehicle into the house where he lives with his estranged wife.
Andrew Loudon – who had received psychiatric treatment – had previously stolen a school bus and his wife fled from their home before he ploughed a truck into it, according to police.
Cops were alerted and spotted him driving the stolen bus through a red light last Saturday, July 24, in Chelan County, Washington, the US.
The police officers flagged him down, and when he refused to stop they gave chase.
The next day, Loudon was detained after officers from another station found him wearing the same yellow frock.
This time, they had nicked him for stealing a front-end loader construction vehicle and driving it through the home he shared with his estranged wife.
Fox News reports that deputies were first alerted to the man after employees of Osprey Rafting witnessed him driving off in the company’s yellow bus.
Authorities shared photos that show the heavy equipment sitting in front of his partially collapsed home. It appeared a car was also flipped into the structure.
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Loudon was released on Saturday morning from Western State Hospital, a psychiatric facility.
He allegedly stole the school bus in Leavenworth and abandoned it near Moses Lake in Grant County before making his way to the cities of Spokane and then Chelewah.
Loudon was charged with theft of a motor vehicle, possession of a stolen vehicle, first-degree malicious mischief/domestic violence and attempting to elude a police vehicle.
Earlier this week, a fuming builder tore through an apartment block with his digger and wreaked havoc – claiming his boss hadn’t paid him.
The chaos unfolded in Blumberg, southern Germany, around 7.30pm on Wednesday, July 28.
The 47-year-old contractor tore down balconies from the building – which contains 30 residential units – and damaged the garages.
In shocking footage, the digger can be seen smashing through the windows and making its way around the site.
The police afterwards cordoned off the area and the man turned himself in, the Schwarzwuelder Bote reports.
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