Get this guy off the road! Police say they pulled over a man late Monday night after reports of an erratic vehicle. This was probably one of the last people who should have been behind the wheel that night, according to reports. Luckily, no one was injured, though police say they arrested and charged the New York state man with aggravated DWI.

New York Man Allegedly Blows 0.30%

WVIB reports that New York State police pulled over a vehicle that was driving erratically on the westbound side of I-90 in Lancaster. State police say that the 44-year-old had a blood alcohol level of 0.30%, which is nearly four times over the legal limit of 0.08%. Not too many other details are available, though the man was turned over to a sober third party and will have to appear in court on a later date.

Effects of Intoxication

Alcohol.org says that a BAC of 0.3% or above can lead to severe increases in your heart rate, irregular breathing and even loss of bladder control. This level of intoxication can also lead to a loss of understanding, unconsciousness, and even an increased risk of death.

Drunk NY Man Shows Up at Wrong House

He was ready to have fun and wasn't going to take no for an answer. The only problem was that he didn't have the right address. Still though, this wasn't going to stop this guy from wanting to fight for his right to party. Maybe someone should have actually told him where the party was really happening? Remember this story from July 2021?

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CBS is reporting that State Troopers responded to a call in Fonda, NY after a homeowner said there was an unidentified drunk man hanging out in their driveway. The homeowner said that this man they had never seen before claims he was showing up for a party at that location. When the homeowner said there was no party going on, the intoxicated 33-year-old man reportedly became belligerent, according to officials.

CBS says that the  man had pulled his vehicle into the stranger's driveway beforehand. Why he ended up there in the first place is unknown.

Troopers say the Amsterdam, NY man's BAC was .23%.

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