Cops caught Uma Thurman's stalker in a compromising position when they showed up to arrest him—with his hands on his computer keyboard as he attempted to Google the Oscar nominee.
And that doesn't look too good when you're wanted for violating a restraining order.
Responding to a complaint filed by Thurman after convicted stalker Jack Jordan allegedly called her office, police arrested Jordan at his family's home in the Washington, D.C., suburb of North Potomac on Nov. 23.
A police spokeswoman said that, when they were led to Jordan's room, they found him in front of the computer, Thurman's name already typed into a Google search box.
Jordan was sentenced to three years' probation in 2008 and ordered to stay away from Thurman for five years after being found guilty of stalking and aggravated harassment for bothering the actress and her family in New York between 2005 and 2007. He managed to avoid jail time by agreeing to outpatient psychiatric treatment as part of his sentence.
Thurman filed a complaint on Halloween after Jordan allegedly called her office demanding to know where she was and asking to speak to her.
The college grad is currently behind bars pending an extradition hearing on Dec. 21. Brooklyn prosecutors are looking to ship him back to NYC.