A suspected drunk driver had a hilarious response as he was being buckled into the back of a police cruiser.
According to WOIO, Sean Miller shouted, “Prison time” after Solon police officers put in the back of their car.
Police noticed Miller swerving while driving on October 16th and attempted to pull him over. Miller did not immediately stop, though he eventually pulled over.
Miller denied that he had a drink that night, though a BAC test of.175 proved he was lying.
After failing both a field sobriety and breathalyzer test, Miller was placed in handcuffs and escorted to the back of the police car.
An inside camera recorded Miller politely telling officers, “I’m trying to be as nice to you guys as possible I understand you got a job to do.”
After a couple of seconds, Miller realizes that he’s in trouble and says, “prison time.”
The 36-year-old was charged with operating a vehicle while impaired, a marked lanes violation, driving with a suspended license, and driving with a prohibited BAC.
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