Man dies after jumping out of moving car during fight with his friends who refused to wait for his tattoo to be completed


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By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) A fishing trip ended in tragedy after a man jumped out of a moving vehicle and died.

Police in Florida, said that three coworkers from Marion County, Ocala, went on a fishing trip to Volusia County.

After they were done fishing, the coworkers decided to get tattoos. When two of the men were done getting their tattoos, they wanted to leave.

However, Bryan Robinson, 34, was still getting his tattoo done as he had picked a tattoo with an intricate design.

When the tattoo artist informed the men that he needed an additional three hours to finish the tattoo for Robinson, his coworkers refused to wait.

They gave Robinson a choice to either leave with them right away or they will leave him behind. Robinson became very angry, but he did not have much of a choice and he left the tattoo parlor with an unfinished tattoo.

During their ride home, Robinson got into an argument with his coworkers over the tattoo issue. He became even more frustrated and jumped out of the vehicle that was going 40 miles per hour.

His friend immediately stopped to help Robinson, but they were unable to find him.

They called the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office for help. Deputies searched for the man, but were unable to locate him.

He was found a few hours later by a sheriff’s office helicopter on a grassy patch on the shoulder along the north side of West S.R. 40, just east of Bert Royal Road.

While the investigation is still ongoing, police do not expect to file any charges against the coworkers.