Ok this was an easy one . . . .
Not only did Harrison Wootton, 25, choose the worst possible apparel for his arrest and mug shot for DUI but he reportedly crashed his car in the wall of a cemetery.
Police found the car next to the Putnam Heights Cemetery in Woodstock, Connecticut and later found Wootton in his “Hold My Beer And Watch This” tee-shirt.
The car itself was was unregistered and uninsured. On top of that, the licenses on the car belonged to a different car. The final toll includes operating a vehicle under the influence, misuse of plates and registration, failure to maintain a proper lane and failure to have insurance.
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On his way to apply for a job at NASA?
I’m surprised Turley hasn’t commented about the UAL snafu. There must be legal implications to forcibly hauling an elderly person off a plane that was full but NOT overbooked, just for the convenience of a deadheading flightcrew.
In other news, United Airlines training video leaked to press…
If only when striking the wall he was ejected, landing in an open grave.
“Pie Jesu Domine,
Dona eis cervisia. Amen”
The mug shot is on every TV news in America. That is why they took the long shot.
Mug shots are usually a close-up of the arrestee’s “mug.” In this case, it looks like the police photographer made a point of getting the t-shirt in the photo.
finally, some creative license.
Bobby McGee told him to do it?
Good grief! The word idiot comes to mind. I’m sure he totaled the car but hadn’t a scratch. 🤡
Lol. I’m still laughing over the last one with the ‘drunk lives matter’.
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