Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf is a wanted man.
He fled a court-house in Islamabad today after judges revoked bail and ordered his arrest.
The BBC's Mohammad Waziri was in the court-house and says officers moved toward him.
But Musharraf was hustled out of the courtroom, surrounded by bodyguards, and fled in his bullet-proof vehicle.
He's now holed up in his heavily guarded farmhouse on the outskirts of Islamabad.
His lawyers deny they "fled" and simply left.
They say he hopes to appeal.