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12/07/2010 10:01 PM ID: 86721 Permalink   

Polish Man Sets Alcohol Record

 

Adrian Szczypolwski, 52, was arrested for crashing into two parked cars before driving head on into another car with a lethal toxicity level of alcohol at 384mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood this past August 7th. This is almost 5 times as high as the limit.

Judge Devins of Westport District Court said, "This is probably the highest (blood alcohol level) I´ve ever heard of."

Judge Devins convicted Szczypolwski for drunk driving, driving without insurance and dangerous driving, disqualified him for five years, fined him $1,700 and if found suitable, he is also charged with 200 hours of community service.

 
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Please correct ´two parked cards´ to read ´two parked cars´ please.

Thank you,

Allanthar
 
  by: Allanthar     12/07/2010 10:19 PM     
  I bet he  
 
had one hell of a hangover.
 
  by: John E Angel     12/10/2010 05:27 AM     
  Age is wrong  
 
"My client is a 29-year-old Polish builder [...]"
 
  by: demitri   12/11/2010 02:11 AM     
  @demitri  
 
Oops, you are right.
Admin, could you please change the age of the subject to 29..
 
  by: Allanthar     12/11/2010 06:21 PM     
 
 
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