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video Man DANCES During Sobriety Test | Dale Bentley Dances During DUI Stop | Dale Bentley swiveled his pelvis. FULL VIDEO youtube.com/watch?v=_nRn0yxO9pEHe kicked his legs in the air. He told a dirty story about a woman he'd just met in a bar. "Come on, man," he said to the Gahanna police officer watching a man sink himself. "If you want me to make your job really easy, I'll be like boop ... what? Boop!" The boops, naturally, punctuated his dance moves. Bentley, 39, was rewarded for his performance with a pair of handcuffs and an OVI charge. Gahanna police said the Columbus resident blew a 0.24 percent blood-alcohol level. In Ohio, a person is driving drunk at 0.08 percent. It all started early Sunday, about 1 a.m., when Officer Reuben Hendon clocked Bentley's car at 40 in a 25 mph zone on Granville Street. Bentley apparently didn't notice the flashing lights behind him. He sat through a red light until it turned green. Hendon was finally able to stop him on Havens Corner Road, in front of the high-school football stadium. According to a police report, Hendon told Bentley to get out of his car. "Dale looked like a confused deer in headlights," Hendon wrote. Bentley failed the walk-and-turn. He failed the one-legged stand. Then came the dancing. Bentley seemed to ham it up for the cruiser camera. "It appeared as if Dale felt the whole encounter with police was funny and a real good time," Hendon wrote. That video is what caught the attention of local media. It's what elevated a routine stop to something worth watching. Even Gahanna Sgt. Ethan Moffitt, who has seen it all, hadn't seen this.ispatch.com/content/stories/public/2013/08/08/gahanna-sobriety-test.html
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Man DANCES During Sobriety Test | Dale Bentley Dances During Epic DUI Stop
video Man DANCES During Sobriety Test | Dale Bentley Dances During DUI Stop | Dale Bentley swiveled his pelvis. FULL VIDEO youtube.com/watch?v=_nRn0yxO9pEHe kicked his legs in the air. He told a dirty story about a woman he'd just met in a bar. "Come on, man," he said to the Gahanna police officer watching a man sink himself. "If you want me to make your job really easy, I'll be like boop ... what? Boop!" The boops, naturally, punctuated his dance moves. Bentley, 39, was rewarded for his performance with a pair of handcuffs and an OVI charge. Gahanna police said the Columbus resident blew a 0.24 percent blood-alcohol level. In Ohio, a person is driving drunk at 0.08 percent. It all started early Sunday, about 1 a.m., when Officer Reuben Hendon clocked Bentley's car at 40 in a 25 mph zone on Granville Street. Bentley apparently didn't notice the flashing lights behind him. He sat through a red light until it turned green. Hendon was finally able to stop him on Havens Corner Road, in front of the high-school football stadium. According to a police report, Hendon told Bentley to get out of his car. "Dale looked like a confused deer in headlights," Hendon wrote. Bentley failed the walk-and-turn. He failed the one-legged stand. Then came the dancing. Bentley seemed to ham it up for the cruiser camera. "It appeared as if Dale felt the whole encounter with police was funny and a real good time," Hendon wrote. That video is what caught the attention of local media. It's what elevated a routine stop to something worth watching. Even Gahanna Sgt. Ethan Moffitt, who has seen it all, hadn't seen this.ispatch.com/content/stories/public/2013/08/08/gahanna-sobriety-test.html
Date: 8/9/13
Views: 6078
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