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Engine-Powdered Cooler Loaded With Rum And Coke

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In Australia, police caught a man riding what can best be described as a scooter. The engine-powered cooler on wheels was "fully loaded" with rum and coke. Chris Petrie may have gotten away with his creative approach to bar hopping, had he not guzzled beers when he built the scooter.

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Good morning. I'm David Greene.

The law says you can't drink and drive. Well, what about driving on your drink. In Australia, police caught a man riding what can best be described as a scooter. The engine-powered cooler on wheels was fully loaded with rum and coke. Chris Petrie may have gotten away with his creative approach to bar hopping, had he not guzzled beers when he was building the scooter. Not having to get creative, police charged him with drunk driving.

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