U.S. Marshals have arrested the suspect in a San Antonio taking pictures that wounded eight folks over the weekend who claimed to be a UFC fighter.

In accordance to a launch from the San Antonio Police Division on Fb, Jenelius Crew, 37, was taken into custody Thursday morning at a lodge in Miami, Fla. Crew is accused of firing a “lengthy rifle” after being denied entry into Rebar, a nightspot within the metropolis. There have been no fatalities.

San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said that the shooter was turned away from the bar by safety as a result of he was too inebriated. Crew would go on to inform safety workers, “Don’t you realize who I’m? I’m a UFC fighter from California.”

Following UFC on ESPN 10 this previous weekend, Dana White was requested concerning the taking pictures and the suspect’s claims.

“How f*cking loopy is that sh*t?” White mentioned when talking to MMA Combating at post-fight press convention. “This world is simply f*cking bananas proper now.

“Nicely, in case you don’t assume that I heard about that one at 7 a.m. this morning, you realize what I imply? I hope it’s not true.”

It seems he wasn’t a fighter on the UFC roster, previous or current.

On Wednesday, the SAPD Murder obtained eight warrants for aggravated assault with a lethal weapon previous to the arrest, which occurred with out incident. Crew was booked on the Miami-Dade County Jail.

All eight victims within the taking pictures—5 ladies and three males, ages 23 to 41—are all anticipated to recuperate.