- Kylie Jenner trademarks ‘rise and shine’ after meme success 6 Years Ago
- ‘Watchmen’ website expands what you know about its alt-history 6 Years Ago
- Smoke ’em, pass ’em Week 8: Mark Walton szn 6 Years Ago
- Venmo’s first-ever credit card to launch in 2020 Today 3:46 PM
- Wet Kylo Ren may turn everyone to the dark side Today 3:15 PM
- Man allegedly targeted trans women on dating app, robbed them at knifepoint Today 3:02 PM
- Researchers expose how Amazon Echo and Google Home can steal passwords Today 2:47 PM
- Facebook removing Instagram Story filters that mimic plastic surgery Today 2:16 PM
- Mom solves ‘ghost baby’ image mystery after viral post Today 1:23 PM
- Elon Musk tweeted ‘through space’ Today 1:16 PM
- Don’t want a Fitbit? These step tracker apps got you covered Today 12:51 PM
- Protesters sing ‘Baby Shark’ to soothe frightened toddler Today 12:47 PM
- Who is Babu Frik, the adorable, teeny mechanic from ‘Rise of Skywalker’? Today 12:36 PM
- Senators push for social media data portability Today 12:11 PM
- ‘Stage Fright’ is a therapeutic lens into Jenny Slate’s weird world Today 11:34 AM
Ohio man dances his way into a DUI
His sweet dance moves couldn’t get him through a sobriety test.
Getting pulled over for impaired driving is no laughing matter. But it is, as one Ohio man proved, something to dance about.
On Sunday night, Dale Bentley was driving through the town of Gahanna, Oh., when he was pulled over for speeding. The police ran Bentley through some sobriety tests while he laughed and riffed about the “women he met at a bar earlier in the night,” WTAM reported.
After failing one of the tests, Bentley started boogying down while the police officer’s dash camera was recording.
Bentley was charged with Operating a Vehicle Impaired (OVI), speeding, and failure to comply with a police officer. He has pled not guilty and is expected in court on Sept. 5. No word on whether the judge will allow him to present his defense in the form of an interpretive dance.
Fernando Alfonso III served as an early Reddit and 4chan reporter and the Daily Dot’s first art director until 2016. He’s gone on to report at Lexington’s Herald-Leader and at the Houston Chronicle.