Recently uploaded video of a drunk driver's failed attempts to blow into a breathalyzer at a sobriety checkpoint in Shenzhen City of south China's Guangdong Province has netizens in the country bursting into laughter.
The offender surnamed Xu, 33, was stopped by police officers while he was driving. He had drunk three glasses of red wine at a reunion dinner with his schoolmates prior to being stopped, and was afraid of being punished. This led to his multiple attempts at fooling the police by pretending to blow into the breathalyzer.
According to the video, Xu's face appears strained as he blows into the device. However, no reading was indicated, signaling that he did not follows the police's order.
"Do you know how to blow a balloon? It's [blowing into breathalyzer] similar to that. I don't believe you have blown a balloon so hard," said one of the police officers at the scene.
The police asked Xu to do it again, but he once again pretended to blow into the breathalyzer.
The police officers demanded Xu follow their orders after seeing through his tricks, but he still refused to exhale four to five times.
Xu finally blew into the breathalyzer, with the result showing 190 milligrams of alcohol per 100 milligrams of blood, higher than the country's legal limit.
The police detained Xu for further investigation. He will likely have to pay a hefty fine.
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If he had half of a brain,when the cop let him hold the breathalyzer by himself, he should of dropped it. There is a slim chance the device would of broke from the fall, but it worth the try. Those devises should have a small hole in the straw with something over hole that show that air was being blown into. I know the machine lets officers know that the individual is not blowing in the device, but it would show the drunk that it's obvious he or she is not blowing.
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