Stay cool, Florida man. A Port St. Lucie police officer pulled up in a shabby pickup truck on April 12. He found that the driver was half-naked, covered in sexy paraphernalia, and dressed in clothes. This gave him more surprises than he had expected. Underwear bearing the words “Breathalyzer”, and “Blow Me”, near his genitals.

According to Lane Drowdy’s police report, Lane Drowdy saw a dark Dodge truck driving down US Highway 1 around 3:10 AM. This prompted Drowdy’s patrol car to turn on its headlights. The truck should be stopped. The report states that the Dodge started to slow down almost to a halt, but the driver was able to open the door to throw a black object out of his vehicle, before it picked up speed again. (Despite several attempts to search for it, the object was not found. One block later, a Dodge driver pulled up in front of the Best Western. Drowdy then ordered the driver to get out the car and board the vehicle. According to the report, handcuffs were used.

According to the report, Drowdy then noticed that the man was not only wearing barefoot but also a shirt and the novelty. Underoos. Campbell claimed that he had just woken up, and was going to fix a friend’s flat tire. However, Deputy Drowdy observed that Campbell, a middle-aged man, not only had dilations in his pupils and nervous demeanour, but also displayed a well-combed tire. People who wake up with gel-like hair are not very common. Drowdy suspected Campbell was under the influence and asked him if he would take a field sobriety exam. According to the MP’s account, Campbell laughed and said he had gout. Drowdy then arrested Campbell on drunk driving charges.

The traffic stop took the next sharp turn to right of the norm. Drowdy found what he called a “penis rings” in Campbell’s truck center console. There was also a few condoms scattered around the vehicle, which he hoped would be unused. The center console also contained a bag of white powder, which was not found to be drug-related.

Campbell reportedly asked Drowdy for suggestions on how he could make it go. When the deputy returned to his patrol car, Campbell refused to give a urine sample. Drowdy continued to resist further attempts to test him for drug use. Drowdy was also found to have two prior DUI convictions and one previous case in which he refused to give blood, a urine sample, or a breathalyzer. According to TSG, he has also been convicted of possessing cocaine and carrying concealed weapons.

He was eventually quoted as saying that he had just completed his third DUI in ten year. However, he refused to confirm this. But, Florida still allows “general weirdness”.

Famous April 12 Birthdays

Year: 1973 Claudia Jordan, American model and actress

Year: 1965 Gervais Rufyikiri, Burundian politician

Year: 1948 Jeremy Beadle, English television host and producer (d. 2008)

Year: 1947 Roy M. Anderson, English epidemiologist, zoologist, and academic

Year: 1946 Ed O’Neill, American actor