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Drunken Tales Of Idiocy, Part Two

By Wyatt Earp | June 26, 2009


Editor’s Note: Any similarities between the subject of this tale and Vincent Antonelli (above) are purely coincidental.

RICHFIELD, Wis., June 23 — Police in Wisconsin said they arrested a man who drunkenly tried to drive 40 miles home in a pilfered golf cart after being ditched by a group of “uncles.”

Funniest thing . . . EVER!

Investigators said the 47-year-old man had empty beers in the golf cart when he was pulled over Saturday while driving on southbound state Highway 175 and he told a Washington County sheriff’s deputy he was trying to drive home to Milwaukee after being abandoned by his “uncles” at Kettle Hills Golf Course, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Tuesday.

Well, the beers are easily explained. The guy needed a few “roadies” for the long trip home. The fact that he was driving on a highway instead of local roads? Not so easily explained.

The suspect, whose name was not given, was released into his wife’s custody. (H/TUPI)

The article forgot to add, “The wife proceeded to beat his drunken ass with a nine iron.”

Topics: Al-key-hol | 4 Comments »

4 Responses to “Drunken Tales Of Idiocy, Part Two”

  1. RT Says:
    June 26th, 2009 at 12:10 am

    Then she drank the rest of the beer. ;P”””

    He really is lucky he wasn’t killed.

  2. kaveman Says:
    June 26th, 2009 at 12:30 am

    The fact that the cops stopped this guy instead of hanging back and capturing some righteous youtube video is yet another testament that cops have no sense of humor.

    Come on bobbies, I can only watch porn for so long.

  3. Alan Warner Says:
    June 26th, 2009 at 5:18 am

    The staged photo would look best “post 9 iron”

  4. Wyatt Earp Says:
    June 26th, 2009 at 5:03 pm

    RT – On a major highway? You bet he’s lucky.

    Kaveman – That’s the type of thing we think of immediately after it’s too late.

    Alan – That’s not staged. It’s my friend Vinnie after a little (read: a lot) too much alcohol on our golf trip a few weeks ago.