Drunk Georgia Man Tells Police His Dog Drove HIm To The Store To Buy Corn
You know how you get so buzzed that you don’t want to drive while impaired, so naturally, you ask your dog to drive? Yea, that’s what a Georgia man did on Wednesday and the cops had the nerve to arrest him.
According to Oconee County Sheriff Sgt. Partain, he responded to a call about a dog locked in a car at a Bell’s Food Store. It was 99 degrees outside and the internal temperature of the car, which was measured with a handheld thermometer, was a whopping 123 degrees.
According to KCTV, the Officer said a can of gasoline in the vehicle reeked and described the smell as “stifling.” 60-year-old Wesley Mark Terrell told Partain that his dog drove him to Bell’s to buy some corn.
According to the sheriff, Terrell appeared to be highly intoxicated.
Terrell was arrested and charged with Animal Cruelty and DUI.
Animal Control took custody of the dog.
Tomorrow is the Fourth of July. Be safe out there and FFS, call a taxi if you’re drinking, smoking weed, and/or thinking of allowing your dog to drive. It’s hard for their little paws to reach the peddles.
H/T: Agnostic-God @ComgenKDT with thanks.