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08/27/2007 05:44 AM ID: 64514 Permalink   

Bill Murray Faces DUI After Driving Through Stockholm in a Golfcart

 

Bill Murray, star of "Caddyshack" and "Groundhog Day", was driving through Stockholm, Sweden, in a golfcart when he was stopped by police. "He refused to blow in the (breath test) instrument, citing American legislation," said an officer.

The police instead took blood which will take 14 days to process. Murray signed a document admitting he was under the influence and agreed to let an officer plead guilty for him should the case end up in court.

Murray will only be charged if the test results show his blood alcohol level was over the limit. Although a very high reading could mean jail time police say it would more likely be a fine. It is not illegal to drive a golfcart in traffic in Sweden.

 
  Source: www.startribune.com  
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  Come on its  
 
Bill Murray... who'd wanna charge him!?

LoL
 
  by: Zmethod     08/27/2007 05:48 AM     
  Maybe his charges will be  
 
lost in translation...

or maybe he with get a "ritchie" and have to fly back for 82 minutes of jail time ;p
 
  by: JulesLady     08/27/2007 06:34 AM     
  @Jules  
 
At least Bill Murray has...TALENT!

Anyhow, I work as a director at a local TV News station, our sports anchor used the same joke as you did there about "Lost in translation"

Boy was it bad :P
 
  by: DarkWave     08/27/2007 06:44 AM     
  "...Citing American Legislation..."  
 
Anyone know what he 'cited' that would allow him to refuse a breathalyzer?
 
  by: Discarded Vet   08/27/2007 10:33 AM     
  this is  
 
the best story all week.
 
  by: darkrom666   08/27/2007 03:21 PM     
  @Discarded Vet  
 
Yeah I believe he cited the "I'm famous and am allowed to drive under the influence" legislation.
 
  by: andy68man   08/27/2007 04:27 PM     
  @ andy68man  
 
Ya know, sadly, I would not doubt for one second the validity of that being true !!
 
  by: Discarded Vet   08/28/2007 12:40 AM     
  For relaxing times, make it Santori.  
 
n/t
 
  by: redstain   08/28/2007 02:08 AM     
  @redstain  
 
Cuto! Cuto! Cuto!
 
  by: Zmethod     08/28/2007 02:15 AM     
 
 
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