Hoverboards can now join Smart cars in the list of tiny vehicles used for drive-by shootings.
The Dallas Morning-News reports police are looking for a man wanted for shooting someone from atop a hoverboard.
Police responded to reports of the shooting at a Dallas gas station early Thursday morning, but by the time they got there, the shooter had already achieved his slow-rolling escape.
A single victim of the shooting was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to police.
No other information about the suspect was released other than that the crime was committed from atop a hoverboard. So potentially anyone who owns a hoverboard could be a suspect.
But it probably wasn't this guy.