Dave Herman, a former UFC fighter, was tased and arrested following an incidenet with police on Tuesday morning. He failed to pull over for police for three miles, clamining he was waiting for a "well-lit" area. When he did stop, an altercation with the police ensued which led to Herman being charged with three felonies and a misdemeanor. As many of you know, the incident was videotaped by Herman's wife, Madeleine. And their 2-year-old son was also in the vehicle. Herman is outraged at the way he was treated. "They were screaming and threatening my life," he said in a recent interview. "There's no reason I should be treated like a dog. I'm a human being. I'm a person. I have feelings, too. I have a right to know who these people are." Herman contends that he was just "trying to communicate with the officers" when he exited his vehicle and requested to see their identification. The police didn't see it that way. "I literally did it by the book," Herman continued. "Like, that's what you're supposed to do and I'm being charged." So, do you think Herman is being fair with his assessment of "being treated like a dog"? Your thoughts?