Former four-division world titleholder Adrien Broner was arrested Thursday morning on an open warrant after being found in a bullet-pocked car, Cincinnati police confirmed to Jennifer Baker of Fox19.

Broner, 27, was reportedly driving a rented SUV that had been shot roughly eight times, but was unharmed.

The Cincinnati native was booked into Kenton County Detention Center at 1:18 a.m. ET and was released after posting $503 bond, Baker reports, citing jail records.

Broner told Covington, Ky., police he was followed from a Cincinnati bar. Shortly thereafter, according to the fighter’s account, the assailant fired multiple rounds at his car.

The open warrant reportedly dated from 2014 and involved charges of alcohol intoxication in a public place and disorderly conduct.

Broner (33-2, 24 KOs) last fought in February, earning a split-decision victory over Adrian Granados.

In September, after the alleged victim failed to appear in court, Broner had felony assault and aggravated battery charges against him dropped. Broner was accused of assaulting and robbing a man outside a bowling alley in January 2016.