An Ohio man was arrested for two DUI's at the exact same time thanks to last weekend's daylight saving time switch. Niles Gammons, 22, was initially pulled over by an officer in Urbana after driving the wrong way down an alley. The cop noticed that he reeked of liquor, and his blood alcohol content was measured at .116. He was arrested, then "released to an adult."
At 2 a.m., time went back an hour, making it 1 a.m. once again. At 1:08 a.m.—the same time as the original arrest—the officer that arrested Gammons was almost struck by a car backing out of a spot in the parking lot. Of course it was none other than Gammons.
When the officer asked Gammons why he was driving again, he said that the friend who picked him up dropped him off and refused to take him home. He then explained that he was driving because he was afraid of getting arrested for public intoxication. Drunk logic at its finest.
Gammons was arrested for drunk driving again, and now has two citations that have the same date and time—Nov. 4 at 1:08 a.m. That's impressive.
[via The Smoking Gun]