A man has been arrested after police say they witnessed him riding a lawn mower on a Florida highway while carrying a case of beer.
Kenneth Burton Alleshouse, 56, was seen by a Port St Lucie police officer on 3 November just after 6 in the evening.
The police officer prevented Mr Alleshouse from continuing to drive the lawn mower and claimed he could detect a potent smell of alcohol coming from him.
He carried out a driving under the influence investigation and police said his blood alcohol level was three times over the legal limit for intoxication when he was pulled over by police.
Investigators say Mr Alleshouse, who has now been arrested on a drunk driving charge, was carrying a case of beer and driving the red snapper lawn mower erratically.
Mr Alleshouse was in turn arrested and taken to the St Lucie County Jail in Florida.
This comes after police arrested a woman in Lakeland, Florida, who was drunkenly riding a horse down a highway earlier in the month.