Marguerite Engle, 45, has clearly left her mark on the world. The South Dakota police have recorded Engle as having the highest ever blood-alcohol level of .708 percent in the state’s history.
Engle was found passed out behind the wheel of a stolen vehicle parked on Interstate 90. This is not her first arrest. On December 15th, she missed a court date on another stolen car charge.
Her blood-alcohol level was almost nine times South Dakota’s legal limit of .08 percent.
The previous record appears to be .56 percent — making Engle the Lance Armstrong of DUI competitors.
By the way, .40 is considered a lethal dose for most of the population.
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9 thoughts on “.708 Proof: Woman in South Dakota Sets Record in Blood Alcohol Test”
rcanpbell…you are just as much an idiot as she is
If it’s .708 percent alcohol, that would be 1.416 proof….
This woman is a medical miracle. As a proud irishman, I demand that her liver be cloned and made available to people of my ethnicity in order to save countless lives.
P.S. Happy New Year!
She may be evolving into a pickle …
“By the way, .40 is considered a lethal dose for most of the population”.
Lethal? Really? A person could blow that number inhaling the fumes while opening a bottle or pouring a glass of wine.
Her liver and pancreas will extract their own revenge soon enough.
Damn, and I thought I could have won that competition at one time…
She has me beat….
Ya think she has a substance issue or is it environmental?
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