File this near the top of unusual exploits for ex-Giants players.
Former Giants safety Tyler Sash was arrested and shot by a Taser early Saturday morning in Iowa after he tried to flee police on a scooter, according to a report by KCCI News 8.
Sash also tried to run from the authorities and, at one point, hid behind a tree. He was detained and charged with public intoxication and interference with official acts after resisting arrest.
The incident occurred at close to 2 a.m. Sash reportedly declined a field sobriety test, but admitted having six drinks in one hour, according to police.
Sash, 25, is expected to plead not guilty to the charges.
The former Iowa star played two seasons with the Giants, mostly on special teams. He appeared in 23 games in the 2011-12 seasons, before being released last summer. His time with the Giants also included a four-game suspension for Adderall use.
Sash worked out for the Eagles in September, but did not sign with a team this past season.