A Florida man took “bad credit” to a whole new level last week when he got pulled over for drunk driving. He handed the patrolman his credit card instead of a driver’s license.
Arthur Glen Cook blew through a stop sign after weaving down a busy street in The Villages on Friday night, prompting a deputy to flag him down. After the 75-year-old fumbled through his pocket and handed over the Visa card, the cop put him through several sobriety tests, which he failed as he yelled curses.
Cook blew nearly twice the legal limit on two breath tests, earning official DUI charges. He told the officer, “You know what I did when I pulled over a drunk guy while I was in the military? I drove him home.”