Canuck Gets a $500 Fine For Driving Under the Influence of Rotisserie Chicken

Canuck Gets a $500 Fine For Driving Under the Influence of Rotisserie Chicken

A man in Ottawa, ON, Canada was fined $500 recently for attempting to drive under the influence of a rotisserie chicken. According to the police, he was weaving in and out of traffic, and had a large white bowl containing the chicken. 

We've found that the trick is to, after giving in to the big "SALE $4.99" sign at the grocery store while waiting in the check out line, place the chicken in the trunk, far out of reach. If it's in the passenger seat it becomes irresistible and ends up causing bad driving and a horribly greasy steering wheel. 

[via Jalopnik]

Tags: dui, dwi, traffic-ticket, canada
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