Drunk Florida man kicked out of library told cops he was Jason Bourne: report

A drunk Florida man wasn’t “Bourne” with the identity he allegedly gave police.

After he was kicked out of the Barbara S. Ponce Public Library in Pinellas Park for causing a disturbance, the man identified himself to police as Jason Bourne, the fictional super-spy created by author Robert Ludlum and portrayed in the movies by Matt Damon, News4Jax reported.

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Police eventually identified the inebriated man as 45-year-old Jonathan William Chapman, the station reported.

An intoxicated man was arrested last week after he identified himself to police as Jason Bourne, the fictional super-spy.

An intoxicated man was arrested last week after he identified himself to police as Jason Bourne, the fictional super-spy. (Pinellas Park Police Department)

Chapman had also reportedly given officers a fake Social Security number.

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The 45-year-old was arrested on a first-degree misdemeanor charge of resisting an officer without violence.