July 17, 2019
Honesty is the best policy, or is it? The gentleman in the joke below is so honest it actually appears as though he's trying to trick the policeman.
Aman leaves a bar
, gets into his car and starts driving. He's all over the place, swerving and cursing.
Not a mile down the road, he's stopped by a police officer at a routine roadblock. The officer walked up to the driver's side window holding a Breathalyzer and said:
"Good evening sir. We're testing for drunk driving. Would you please blow into this machine?"
The man says: "Sorry officer, but I can't do that. I have chronic asthma. If I blow into that machine, I might end up in a respiratory crisis and need to be hospitalized."
"Okay, not a problem Sir. I need you to come down to the station to give a blood sample instead," said the officer.
"I can't do that either, officer. I am anemic and if you stick a needle into me without a doctor's supervision, who is to say I won't bleed to death?"
"Well, then we'll need a urine sample."
"I'm sorry, officer, but that won't work. I am terribly dehydrated at the moment and don't have a drop to spare."
"Alright... then you'll just have to get out and walk 5 yards along this white line," said the exasperated policeman.
"I can't do that either, officer."
The officer was getting irritated... "And why not?"
And the man replied:
"Because I'm dead drunk."
Well, there's the nub of the matter! Share this joke with your friends if you found his answers funny.
We all know that drunk driving is not a laughing matter, none more so than Nicholas Immesberger's parents.
Tiger Wood's bartender died in a car accident after he crashed his Porsche not far from his workplace after leaving the golfer's restaurant severely intoxicated.
While Immesberger's parents sued Woods and his girlfriend Erica Herman for allowing their alcoholic son to drink and drive, recent test results have come back with new evidence.
Toxicology reports indicate that besides a blood alcohol level of .256, Immesberger also had the principal psychoactive constituent of marijuana in his blood.
The new information casts significant doubt on the restaurant's culpability in the wrongful death suit.