The man who gained notoriety for taking over New York City subway trains is once again in hot water, this time for stealing a Greyhound bus from a Port Authority terminal.

Darius McCollum was arrested in Brooklyn on Wednesday after authorities were alerted to the missing bus, Heather Nauert said this morning on “Fox and Friends.”

It was initially said to have been taken from New Jersey, but was later discovered to be stolen from a Manhattan depot, according to the Associated Press.

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Police officers spotted the Greyhound on a downtown street and took the driver in for questioning in Park Slope.

McCollum has been arrested 29 times and was diagnosed with mental illness.

He has a long history of pretending to be a transit worker to take over subway trains, first starting in 1981, when he commandeered a train at the age of 15.

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