Not knowing exactly what he was doing, a Florida man was yelling “Take me to prison” at the cops as he drove down the main road with his lawn mower.
A Florida man who was very drunk for his actions was arrested driving a lawn mower on the main road. After he was caught, he began pleading with the police officer to “take me to prison.”
According to Newsweek, a Florida man named Paul Burke was arrested on August 5th on charges of driving under the influence (DUI). In a Facebook post shared by the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, they stated that he previously had three different DUI counts.
Everything was clear in the video of the event. Intoxicated Burke was trying to drive a lawn mower on Highway 316 in Fort McCoy, 100 miles north of Orlando. Meanwhile, Representative Richard Gensch followed suit.
Sheriff’s deputy stopped Jensh Burke, who was trying to ride a lawn mower. Then he asked him how drunk he was. Burke said he was “a bit” drunk and was trying to get home. Then he asked if he would be imprisoned.
As can be seen from the video, Burke was amazing during his sobriety training. Tired of the exercises, Burke vehemently refused to do these exercises. Instead, he agreed to imprisonment. He told the deputy mayor, “I won’t do that, you can put me in jail.”
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