Magician Juggles His Way Out Of Trouble With The Police Police in Arkansas thought they had a drunk driver on their hands when they pulled over Blayk Puckett. But Puckett demonstrated he was sober by juggling.

Magician Juggles His Way Out Of Trouble With The Police

Magician Juggles His Way Out Of Trouble With The Police

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Police in Arkansas thought they had a drunk driver on their hands when they pulled over Blayk Puckett. But Puckett demonstrated he was sober by juggling.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. Police in Conway, Ark., thought they had a drunk driver on their hands when they pulled over Blayk Puckett. But then they asked about his vanity license plate which read JUGGLER.

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KEITH MCKAY: JUGGLER, is that what...

BLAYK PUCKETT: (Laughter) I'm also a juggler. That's true, yeah.

MCKAY: Dude, let's see it. Come on.

MARTIN: And in what may be a sobriety-proving first, the college junior got out some juggling pins, threw them behind his back, under his legs...

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MCKAY: (Laughter) Oh.

MARTIN: ...And juggled his way out of trouble. It's MORNING EDITION.

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