A man has been arrested after a police chase involving a force helicopter after motorists spotted him driving 'naked and erratically' on the M1. Hertfordshire Police received several calls reporting the man's unpredictable driving. He was driving southbound on the motorway in a white Ford Transit panel van when the alarm was raised. Motorists dialled reporting a man driving naked and 'erratically' along the M1. Six police cars and a force helicopter pursued him before finally stopping him after he came off the motorway heading for St Albans Arrest: A year-old man, who was driving a white Ford Transit van similar to that pictured, was arrested on suspicion of driving the van without the owner's consent, dangerous driving and failing to stop for police Six police cars from the roads policing unit pursued the man, attempting to pull him over.
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