A man wearing a headband, neon pink socks, bright sneakers and a thong was spotted riding his bicycle backwards Sunday on the Interstate 95 in Florida.

A video recorded and posted to Twitter of the man has been viewed more than 250,000 times since it was released. People are assuming he was the same cyclist who surprised drivers in August, 2018, as he weaved in and out of the traffic on I-95.

In a Twitter thread, people said that the man had upped his game and also praised him for his skills. Several people shot the video that shows the man wearing almost nothing as he rides his bicycle backwards and into the traffic.

The original video was posted on the Twitter account Florida Man and it had almost 160,000 views in the first few hours of being posted. “He’s coming. Watch this s---. 79th street exit. Only in m-----f------ Miami,” the man who shot the video can be heard saying.

Chris Kimball, who saw the thread on Twitter commented, “Backwards now. He upped his game.”

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, it is illegal to ride a non-motorized vehicle on a highway and they confirmed that they received several calls about the naked man. However, by the time they reached the highway stretch where the man was spotted, he was nowhere to be seen.

In August, 2018, commuters saw a man wearing almost nothing as he biked on I-95 in Miami. Even then, all that he was wearing was a headband, neon pink socks and shoes. Several people who saw him were either humored by his antics or were proud of him for doing what he was doing. Similar to the recent incident, Florida Highway Patrol were informed of the incident and by the time they reached the highway, he was gone.

Lt. Alejandro Camacho of the Florida Highway Patrol’s Miami division, said, “Troopers and police officers searched without success for the cyclist. It appears he exited off the highway and we were unable to locate him. Riding a bicycle on I-95 is illegal. Everything has to be motorized on a limited access roadway.”