Drunk Man Rides Bike To Taco Bell Drive Thru, Gets Arrested, Ends Up With Saddest Mug Shot Ever

Did anyone else think this was a the picture of a clown when they first saw it? Instead, it turns out to be the saddest mug shot you're likely to see (at least until tomorrow) from a guy who only wanted some tacos.

It all started about 3 a.m  last Sunday morning in New Smyrna Beach, FL when Taco Bell employees refused to serve Gabriel Harris, 33, because he was on a bicycle in the drive-through lane, which is apparently against their rules. (This is a pretty common practice designed to protect the safety of the workers and customers). They called cops who then showed up and asked Harris to leave. In most cases the story would be over at this point, but that's not what happened or we wouldn't have this wonderful mug shot, would we?

As police were trying to get Harris to leave, they saw he had a Swiss Army knife on his belt loop. When the officer went to reach for it, the drunken Mr. Harris allegedly grabbed the officer's wrist. Not a good move.

At that point, Harris was wrestled to the ground, promptly arrested and ended his long night by posing for one of the saddest-looking mug shot on record. Mr. Harris was charged with resisting arrest with violence after he refused to leave a Taco Bell on Sunday morning.

Man Charged With Drunk Driving on . . . a Bulldozer?

If you're going to get drunk and go for a drive, why not do it in something unusual . . . like a bulldozer?

That's exactly what Christopher Russell, 30, of Harrison, New Jersey did over the weekend and he ended up causing quite a bit of damage when he attempted to take the construction vehicle from West Hudson Park to his home in Newark.

According to police, they started receiving reports of the bulldozer being at various locations near the park on Friday night  and when cops finally caught up with the dozer it was in the middle of a street and Russell was climbing out of it. In his wake was a wide path of destruction that included leveled signs, three broken benches, two steel bollards, a tree, a drinking fountain, fencing and construction materials, and it also damaged part of a bridge, and generally tore up grass and left a widing path of tractor tracks.

According to cops, Russell smelled of alcohol and admitted to them that he the bulldozer because "he was cold and wanted to drive it home." Fortunately for him (and unfortunately for the community) the keys were in the vehicle and he was able to just start it up and take off.

Ultimately Mr. Russell was charged with driving while intoxicated, criminal mischief, leaving the scene of an accident and, of course, theft of the bulldozer,

Video: Drunk At The Bus Stop

The only thing worse than having to wait at a bus stop in Russia? Being drunk at a bus stop in Russia.

This gentleman has had a little too much to drink (good thing he's not driving) and attempts to get up from his seat and finds out that gravity is NOT his friend. Neither is the lady standing in front of him who is apparently not a fan of public intoxication.

Video: Incredible Russian Road Rage Compilation - Epic Car Fights!

Ah, nothing like Russian dash cam videos, is there? Especially when you edit them all together into one fun collection of fights and people bouncing off bumpers. Including a guy in a wheelchair beating on an SUV.

And wait for it:  at about 1:05 . . . BEAR!

Elementary School Principal Found Passed Out in Car With Vodka Bottle at 10:30 AM Near School!

Hey, no one ever said that being a elementary school principal would be easy. It's tough enough to take care of your own kids, much less worry about hundreds of other people's kids each day. So, it wouldn't be surprising if the pressure got to you in that job and you had to take a drink or two at night to calm your nerves.

Or maybe even one in the morning to get you going. Apparently, Owasco Elementary School (NY) Principal Richenda Walter needed a little more than that to get through the day after being on the job for a little over a year in upstate New York. We suspect that because police found her passed out at the wheel of her car in the middle of the road earlier this week on her way to work. This was at 10:30 in the morning and cops also found a bottle of vodka on the seat next to her.

Richenda was initially found by a parent (oh no) who saw her car stopped in the street and when up to investigate when he found her slumped over the wheel. After smelling the alcohol, the concerned father called police who arrived shortly thereafter and charged with aggravated the school official with driving while intoxicated, along with a few other minor charges.

In the end, they gave her a breathalyzer and found out that she had a blood alcohol concentration of 0.25%, more than three times the legal limit of 0.08%. According to online charts, a BAC that high would require a LOT of drinks in the hour before Ms. Walter got in that car. Assuming she is an average weight of 160 lbs, that would mean she would have had to have had at least 9 drinks in the hour before cops tested here.

Who knows what drove her to drink?  Could have been the job, or family problems. Either way, she'll get some time away from work to deal with her problems.

 Source: Local Syracuse

Video: Drunk Fails Compilation || FailArmy

The only thing worse than being drunk in public is being caught on video being drunk in public. Like these folks.

Man with 12 convictions didn't see drunk driving as crime

Say what? Well, you have to read this story to believe it, but apparently some people who get arrested for drunk driving really do have a problem seeing it as anything serious.

Take this guy, for instance. He's been convicted of DUI a dozen times, is in jail for a couple years, but still has trouble seeing what the big dealis. Here's more from USA Today:

Behind the gray walls of Fox Lake Correctional Institution, Daniel Frisch — in his pale green prison jumpsuit, wire-rimmed glasses and thinning, sandy hair — is counting the days until he is a free man. The 53-year-old Manitowoc man is one of about 30 people in Wisconsin with at least a dozen drunken driving convictions. He has more than 1,000 days to go before he is released. Despite his dozen convictions — including the one that landed him at Fox Lake — Frisch doesn't see himself as an alcoholic. He was never involved in a serious crash or killed anyone as a result of his driving, so he has a hard time understanding why his actions are criminal. "Maybe that's part of my problem; I don't really look at it as a crime," Frisch said. "It's hard for me to accept punishment for something I grew up thinking was OK. In some ways I guess I still think it's OK, but I know I have to stop."

Video: Drunk Girl In Public (Social Experiment)

UPDATE #2: After all the uproar, the original video was set to "private" by the producer, Stephen Zhang. But we found another couple (don't you just love YouTube?) and substituted it below.  You can watch the apology video from the young woman in the video, Jennifo Box, at Drunks.TV.

UPDATE: Turns out this video is a HOAX. Are you surprised? Details here.

EARLIER: What happens to a pretty young woman when she pretends to be drunk and approaches men asking for directions to the bus stop? Unfortunately, their best behavior does not come out.

Video below, but more on the story from the Daily Mail:
A new YouTube video gives a terrifying portrayal of the vulnerability of drunk women - and the shocking lengths that some men will go to in order to take advantage of their inebriated state. The video, which was created by social media entrepreneur Stephen Zhang, follows a young woman - who is pretending to be seriously intoxicated - as she tries to find her way home from Hollywood Boulevard. Throughout the video, the young woman, who introduces herself as Jennifer, appears to be sipping from a beer can as she staggers from one man to another asking for directions to her bus stop. 
Shockingly, of the five men featured, only one actually offers her assistance, while the rest attempt to lure her back to their homes - despite her obviously drunken state. 'Hey, where you going?' the first man asks. 'You don't need to take a bus, we're going to go this way. We're going to go somewhere else... to my house. There's a bus line at my house.' 

DWI suspect tries to eat breathalyzer test results

Well, that's one way to beat a DUI!

This is the story of Kenneth Desormes, 40, of Greenwich, CT, who was pulled over by police early Sunday morning in upstate New York when they thought they saw him speeding. After questioning the driver, troopers believed he had been drinking so they took him back to the state police post to get a breathalyzer test.

Now, in most stories like this, the fact that he blew a 0.13% BAC would have been the end, with the length of a jail term the only question left unanswered. But not this time.

Nope. This time Mr. Desormes took matters into his own hands (literally) and grabbed the printed test results and tried to eat them, hoping to destroy the evidence of his guilt. It didn't work. But he does get credit for trying something different.

In the end though, that extra effort will cost him, as Desormes was not only charged with DWI, but was also slapped with second-degree obstructing governmental administration and third-degree criminal tampering charges. For attempting to each some paper.

And he was probably still hungry.

Car Vs. Gate

It's the classic battle of car vs parking gate and in the end, we're pretty sure the real loser is the driver.

Wait for it.