Apparently you can get a DUI on almost anything on wheels.
A Michigan man learned that the hard way after he was pulled over for suspicion of being drunk while riding a stolen motorized wheelchair.
Police in Michigan caught Raymound Kulma, 55, going on a drunken joyride. But the chair didn’t belong to him. Police say Kulma stole the wheelchair from the owner after getting into a fight with him.
Kulma was three times the legal limit, and it wasn’t his first DUI. He’s has seven since 1984.
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