*thinks back on year-plus relationship with The Ex...sighs*
...but never in a literal one (though I do black out from time to time, sooooo...). In Tennessee, however, things are a little different. I'm not sure whether to file this story under "Fuck the police," or "Drunken feat that my friends and I will be challenged to top."
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Sullivan County sheriff's deputy arrested on a drunken driving charge wound up in a dog house before he was taken to the big house.
According to an arrest report, the deputy became so belligerent that he had to be locked inside a K-9 cage in the back of a state trooper's patrol car.
And I have to give this quick two line paragraph a special thumbs up:
Osborne said he had to explain one field sobriety test to Bledsoe 18 times. He performed poorly.
That may be the best one-liner in journalism history.