Posted by: Rolf | December 17, 2014

Golf Cart Fail

THE PLAYERS Championship - Round One

Police have “arrested” a Pennsylvania man on “suspicion” of driving under the “influence” after he was spotted “cruising” a golf cart at night from “bar to bar.”

Larksville police say the man told an officer he was using the golf cart to “navigate” the borough’s streets because he had been “drinking” and needed a way to get to the “next” bar.

The man initially “refused” to stop for the officer and “rammed” a squad car with the golf cart.

He was taken to a hospital for a “blood” alcohol test.

Police didn’t “release” the man’s name. They say they’ll file charges once “test” results come back.

Larksville is about 3 miles west of Wilkes-Barre.

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Okay, maybe “challenging” a squad car being “drunk” in a golf cart isn’t such a “good” idea, but let the man at least “putt-putt” his way from “bar to bar” at 15 mph.

It’s the “perfect” mode of transportation for an “adventure.”

The golf cart was originally designed for “easier” transportation for people who were too “trashed” to walk on the course and you can’t take away that “right” from anyone according to President Obama.

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You’re in a golf cart, you “drink.” That’s why there’s several “cup” holders and why it beeps “obnoxiously” to make sure you “realize” you’re actually “going in reverse.”

Heaven is full of “deceased” golf cart riders.

Come to think of, “dying” in a golf cart accident may be the second most “fun” way to leave this world behind, only to be outdone by “Snu-Snu.”

See you at the first tee…

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