Clark was sitting in the driver’s seat and was unable to answer any of the officer’s questions, police said. He was also unable to get out of the vehicle, walk or perform field sobriety tests.
Police said when they asked Clark where he thought he was, he said he was at home and when they asked him what day it was he replied, “three, but now it is four.”
Clark submitted to a preliminary breath test, which showed he had a blood-alcohol content of .486 percent, well over the legal limit, .08 percent, to operate a vehicle in Iowa. Police transported Clark to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, where blood testing showed he had a blood-alcohol content of .627 percent.
I'm surprised this dude even found his car. You'd have to drink 24 Margaritas in 1 hour to get to this BAC.
What is wrong with people