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Drunk Driver Arrested Wearing the Worst Possible Shirt


Luciano Gutierrez

An alleged drunk driver’s wardrobe didn’t earn him any points with police.  Luciano Gutierrez of Temple, Texas was arrested last week on a drunk driving charge, but it took social media users a little longer to notice the irony of his T-Shirt  [1] where it created a considerable buzz. His attire in the mugshot gave officers plenty to laugh about. Gutierrez, 66, wore a shirt that read “WARNING I DO DUMB THINGS” when police arrested and charged the Texas man with his ninth case of driving while intoxicated, WKYT reports.  [2] [3]  Gutierrez was booked into Bell County Jail. He was released hours later after posting $25,000 bond. [4] [6] After the case was reviewed by the Bell County Attorney and the prior convictions were confirmed, the case was sent to the District Attorney [3] because the man has more than three convictions for the offense, which makes it rise to the level of a felony. The original case was from November 24, 2014. [3] If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison, reports KBTX. [3] [4] [5]

[1] Casey Harper, This Alleged Drunk Driver Got Arrested Wearing The Worst Shirt Possible, Daily Caller, 5:13 PM 03/02/2015
[4] Lee Moran, Man arrested for 9th DUI while wearing shirt that proclaims ‘I do dumb things’, New York Daily News, Tuesday, March 3, 2015, 8:48 AM
[5] DWI Arrest Makes for Memorable Mugshot, KCENTV, Feb 27, 2015 11:29 AM
[7] Man booked for DWI wears t-shirt reading “I do dumb things”, KENS 5, 11:54 a.m. CST February 28, 2015
[8] Joshua Fechter, Texas man with ‘Warning: I Do Dumb Things’ T-shirt jailed for 9th DWI, My San Antonio, March 2, 2015
[9] Amanda Andrade-Rhoades, Man Arrested Wearing A Very Accurate T-Shirt, Opposing Views, Fri, February 27, 2015


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