Man Who Passed Out In McDonald’s Drive-Thru Tries To Do A Cartwheel To Prove To Cops He’s Sober

by Ann-Sophie Kaemmerle
Native New Yorker, University of Virginia graduate, runner, and sometimes stand-up performer.

A man who passed out in public proved to be a little overzealous when trying to prove his sobriety to cops.

Cops were called when 30-year-old Christopher Bidzinski placed an order at a McDonalds’s drive-thru then passed out behind the wheel of his car. They arrived on the scene and had to shake him to wake him up.

According to KRON, this wasn’t the first time these cops had seen Christopher. Just the night before, they reportedly had to take him home after he told police had been drinking chardonnay.

This time, they asked him to complete a sobriety test. But Christopher decided to go above and beyond what they wanted: instead of the standard walk, he flipped himself upside down to do a cartwheel — and not a very good one at that. He ended up falling hard on the ground, and then officers were sure that he had been drinking and driving.

Unfortunately, they were right, and allegedly found a bottle of wine in his truck.

Christopher even bothered to ask the cops if he could still have his french fries. He was then booked for allegedly driving under the influence, for the third time in three years. Hopefully, since this video of his failed cartwheel has gone viral, it will be the lesson he needs to stop his bad behavior!

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Footage provided by WPIX New York

Photos: WPIX New York; Flickr / Mike Mozart

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