Man calls police to report himself for drink driving

Man calls police to report himself for drink driving

Man calls police to report himself for drink driving

He could not even tell the operator where he was when asked, he told her 'I don't know, I'm too drunk'.

A Florida man allegedly called local authorities on New Years Eve to alert them that someone was driving under the influence - himself.

Polk County Sheriff's Office confirmed that nobody had been hurt during the incident when they released the audio of Lester's call.

The 911 operator insisted Lester pull over in a safe spot but he refused, claiming he had just driven by the police station and "nothing was going on". Lester, however, was hit with charges for drunk driving, not wearing a seatbelt, improper use of the center lane and driving on the wrong side of the road. "They can catch up with me".

But the dispatcher doesn't let Lester off the line, insisting that he share with her his last name, to which he refuses.

"Dispatcher: what is it you're trying to report, sir?"

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After failing a series of field sobriety tests, deputies said Lester told deputies he only had two beers, then changed it to the tune of three or four.

Lester told deputies who arrived on the scene he had consumed drugs and alcohol. He also said that he had barely slept for several days, CBS News reported.

Polk County Sheriff's Office has now used his recording to urge citizens to not drink and drive.

"DUI is not a laughing matter", the Polk County Sheriff's Department wrote in a tongue-in-cheek Facebook post.

The sheriff's office Facebook post says Lester's criminal history includes DUI, aggravated battery, drug possession and hit-and-run.

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