STOCKTON (CBS13) – California Highway Patrol officers in Stockton say they encountered a wayward rider on Interstate 5 over the weekend.

The thing is, this man wasn’t just riding any old vehicle – he was on a “hoverboard.”

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Officers snapped a picture of the man on the shoulder of I-5 near Country Club Boulevard on Saturday night. The man can be seen on an electric hoverboard, the kind of device that went viral in 2015.

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It’s unclear why the man was out on the freeway in a hoverboard.

Officers say they asked him why and he said, “That’s how I roll.”

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Per California law, electrically motorized boards like this hoverboard can only be operated on bikeways or roadways with a speed limit of 35 mph or less.