It’s a known fact that alcohol can reduce a person’s inhibitions and give them enough “courage” to do things that they might not otherwise do under normal circumstances.
Such is the case of a man in southwest Florida who was arrested on the charge of DUI after he was caught naked and driving 110 mph on Alligator alley with three female passengers on Saturday.
Eyewitnesses called authorities after seeing a Cadillac that was driving recklessly, at times going off the roadway and into the center of the highway that spans the state of Florid, known as Alligator Alley.
The car was spotted by a Florida State Highway Patrol trooper a short time later. The FHP officer clocked the Cadillac going 110 mph before he was pulled over.
Initially, the trooper that pulled over DeJesus observed that he wasn’t wearing a shirt and that there was an open 12-pack of Corona between the two front seats. DeJesus smelled of alcohol and was exhibiting symptoms of intoxication. Reports indicate that when DeJesus opened the door, the trooper realized that the driver was completely naked. DeJesus then stumbled and nearly fell after having gotten out of the car.
Also in the car were additional empty beer bottles and a nearly empty bottle of whiskey.
The trooper found several empty beer bottles and a nearly empty bottle of Crown Royal whiskey, the report said.
DeJesus was arrested for DUI, driving without a valid driver’s license and other related charges.
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