Allegedly Drunk Man Drives to Police Station in Mississauga to Dispute Drunkenness
A 32-year-old man is facing impaired driving charges after attempting to prove to friends and police that he was not, in fact, intoxicated.
Peel police recently took to Twitter to share a bizarre story about a Caledon man who allegedly drove to a Mississauga police station while intoxicated to prove that he was not impaired.
Police say he was actually in no shape to operate a vehicle.
“Yesterday, after consuming alcoholic beverages at a bar, a male drove to 12 Division in Mississauga to prove to his friends that he was not impaired,” police wrote on Twitter.
“Turns out he was,” police allege.
Police say the man in question has been charged with impaired driving related offences.
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