Stephan Bonnar, Former Bellator, And UFC Legend Were Taken To The Prison For DUI! Stephan Bonnar was known for world-class fights versus some of the biggest names. He really gave a hard time to some amazing Light Heavyweights like Anderson Silva, Tito Ortiz, and Forrest Griffin. But he is arrested this Sunday afternoon! \u201cRobocop\u201d was driving like a maniac, straddling, and even using an emergency lane! The group of motorcyclists spotted him and decided to stop his rage. They followed him along the road and \u201cboxed in\u201d with him. In the end, Bonnar finally stopped his red Cadillac and citizens tried to grab his key. But the situation quickly escalated into a real nightmare! Stephan Bonnar woke up. Motorcyclists even had to tie his right arm to a door to control his rage. Luckily, they had ratchet straps which are used for luggage. It is a pure luck \u201cThe American Psycho\u201d didn\u2019t kill anybody! Police arrived 20 minutes later and arrested the former Bellator and UFC Light Heavyweight legend. You can take a look in the video how his spectacular arrest looked like. Bonnar definitively had a need for speed but he will face some very serious charges now. His bail is set to 22,000 dollars! \u201cThe American Psycho\u201d is taken to the custody. Stephan Bonnar is in serious trouble now. This is his third arrest for DUI, so he is going to be charged for a felony! He was already arrested back in 2015 and 2016. Police found an empty bottle of Smirnoff vodka in his car this time! Stephan Bonnar is known for a legendary showdown versus Forrest Griffin at the Ultimate Fighter 1 Finale on April 9, 2015. Despite he was defeated via unanimous decision, their match was later pronounced for The Fight Of The Year. He retired at Bellator 131 on November 15, 2014, when he was defeated to Tito Ortiz via controversial split decision. What are your thoughts on this? It looks like Stephan Bonnar won\u2019t have any chances of evading prison now! After all, this is his third offense. Unfortunately, some people never learn a lesson!