DUI Suspect Says His DOG WAS DRIVING, Not Him

Some people just never learn from their mistakes.

A 56 year old man named Scott Garrett of Port St. Lucie, Florida was pulled over by police because he was swerving all over the place.

Police could tell he had been drinking because of the strong smell of alcohol on Garrett's breath. Not only that, he was also slurring his words and had bloodshot eyes. In a sobriety test, Garret couldn't walk straight.

The cops found a bottle of Sailor Jerry Rum in his passenger seat. Scott Garrett would give excuses such as having a cop relative and that the cops were wasting their time. He even asked the cops to give him a ride home.

The best excuse was that Garrett tried to tell the cops that HIS DOG WAS DRIVING, not him. I bet he also told his grade school teachers his dog ate his homework because he obviously didn't do that either.

He was 3 times over the legal limit when he was breathalyzed. This was his FOURTH DUI. His court date is next month.

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