The guy who stopped a 12-year-old's joyride around Bangor on a stolen bus last week stopped by the Z studio on Monday to talk about the experience and all the media attention that's come in the aftermath.

By now, you probably know the story. John W. St. Germain III of Orono was travelling along Ohio Street in Bangor with his lady friend when they spotted a blue bus operating erratically. They started rolling some cell-phone video and called police. But St. Germain did more than that.

When the boy stopped the bus at a stop light, St. Germain jumped onto the bus and took control.

"I was looking at him and I said, 'Hey, it's over,'" he said Monday on the Z Morning Show. "Just stop now."

"He looked towards me and said he knew what he was doing."

"Once we got through intersection, I kind of took over and said 'You need to get in the back now.' He hopped off the bus and walked down the road."

"There was definitely something, like, wrong with him," St. Germain said. "I don't know what it was."

St. Germain said he's received interview requests from a bunch of national media outlets including ABC. If Ellen calls, let Sabrina know. She wants to go.

Until Ellen calls, check out our video of bad driving in Bangor.