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Man Wearing Beer Costume Arrested For Driving Under Influence


A man wearing beer costume arrested for driving under influenceon Interstate 35 in Kansas. The incident was reported byKAKE, and the story quickly went viral on social media. The post shared by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office on Facebook stated that the driver had been pulled over for drivingerratically, and upon inspection, was found to be under the influence of alcohol. He was then taken to the Franklin County Jail.

Man Wearing Beer Costume Arrested For Driving Under Influence On Interstate 35 Kansas

“A career in law enforcement is exciting, and you get to experience something new every day. Sometimes you see things you can’t believe! Yesterday, our deputies were notified of a possible intoxicated driver traveling northbound on Interstate 35,” the post read.

“The vehicle was located and eventually pulled over. Deputies were surprised to see that the driver was wearing a beer can costume. Yes, you read that correctly."

The post also included a picture of the driver in his beer costume, which only added to the hilarity of the situation. Social media users couldn't help but make jokes and puns about the bizarre incident. One person commented, "Is that considered an open container?" Another joked, "An early Halloween costume!!"

Bud Light Beer in Blue Can
Bud Light Beer in Blue Can

While the story may seem amusing, it highlights the seriousness of drunk driving. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, drunk driving claimed 10,142 lives in 2019 alone. Driving under the influence not only puts the driver's life at risk but also endangers the lives of others on the road. It is important to always practice safe and responsible driving habits.

This is not the first time that someone has made headlines for getting a DUI while dressed in a costume. In 2014, a man dressed up as an Elf on the Shelf was found asleep in his van in New Jersey. According to SBS, the 23-year-old man was discovered passed out behind the wheel of a van with its engine running, lights on, and musicblaring. He was in a red shirt, red pants, and a white ruffled collar.

Lieutenant James Macintosh told SBS that the New Jersey native seemed confused about where he was and had an open can of beer in the car as he woke up. The man was issued a summons and released to a family member.

In both cases, the drivers were lucky that they didn't cause any accidents or harm to themselves or others. However, the consequences of driving under the influence can be severe. Not only can it lead to criminal charges, but it can also result in injury or even death.


In conclusion, the recent incident involving a man wearing a beer costume getting arrested for driving under the influence highlights the importance of responsible driving. It is essential to never drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol and to always practice safe driving habits. While the story may seem amusing, the consequences of drunk driving can be severe and even deadly. Let us all work together to keep our roads safe and free of drunk drivers.

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