Student dressed as a San Diego DUI Breathalyzer machine arrested for drunk driving: “Blow Here” if not “Sotally Tober”

Student dressed as a San Diego DUI Breathalyzer machine arrested for drunk driving: “Blow Here” if not “Sotally Tober”

San Diego DUI criminal defense lawyers learned a college student dressed as a Breathalyzer machine for Halloween was arrested early Sunday for DUI / drunk driving.

The costume, which retails for about $30, includes three sobriety levels: Boring, Life of the Party, and Sotally Tober. It also includes a well-placed plastic tube with the instructions “Blow Here.”

James Miller, an 18-year-old college student, was busted in Oxford, Ohio after cops spotted him driving in the wrong direction on a one-way street. An actual Breathalyzer machine recorded Miller’s blood alcohol content as .158, nearly twice the state’s legal limit. Miller, pictured in the below mug shot, was charged with underage drinking and DUI, according to an Oxford Police Department report. Officers discovered an open can of Bud Light in the vehicle’s center console and the remains of a case of beer on the passenger seat and in the trunk.

San Diego DUI criminal defense attorneys suspect his undergarments may contain the words “not guilty.”

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