Earlier this week, a Michigan man was caught red handed with orange fingers after he pulled the old dine-and-dash routine at a local Buffalo Wild Wings and then led police on a high-speed chase.

On Tuesday, police say they arrested 35-year-old Marlon Cortez Stanfield after an employee for the national wing chain reported that Stanfield had skipped out on paying a measly $16 tab and made a run for it. However, the wild wing employee was able to provide police with a detailed description of the culprit, his vehicle and even what type of sauce he had on his wings – we’re guessing wild and blazin.

Interestingly, when police finally caught up to Stanfield, they did not arrest him; instead, officers gave him a chance to return to the restaurant to settle up on his unpaid bill. But rather than comply with their generous request, he began cussing them out and then fled the scene.

Yet, his rapid departure didn’t concern police too much, as they already knew the man's identity and simply met him at his home 20 minutes later. Stanfield was arrested and charged with fleeing and eluding law enforcement and failure to pay a restaurant bill.

Now, we’ve tasted some buffalo wings that were to die for, but we have yet to taste a sauce good enough to warrant prison time. And if it's all the same to you, we're not going to try very hard to find them. After all, greasy fingers may be a term of endearment to wing connoisseurs but in prison, a nickname like that will bring you nothing but trouble.