Drunk driver smashes a measly five barricades

Drunk driver smashes a measly five barricades

The capital’s street barricades took yet another pounding this week courtesy of a drunk driver.

Police said a man in a Toyota Camry had left a beer garden and was driving along Russian Boulevard when he lost control and hit a barricade – and then four more. After the car came to a stop, the man tried to drive off.

Unfortunately for him, a patrolling cop noticed the damage to the Camry’s front end, pulled him over and the pieces of the puzzle fell into place.

Fresh News

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