Meanwhile in China: Dancing to a Breathalyzer Test

Your Hump-day Recess: Want a Shake With That?

When you know you’re going to beat the breathalyzer test, it gives you a little extra swagger. This man was pulled over the Yichang, in Hubei province of China and danced his way through his breathalyzer test. He passed, if not with flying colors – he was just below the legal limit.

China is not on our regular beat, but we thought we’d show you that police in other countries take drunk driving seriously. The driver in question could have been arrested for “driving after drinking alcohol,” which is not as serious as “driving while intoxicated” – the latter requires a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08.

We hope this man has learned a lesson, though from the video it appears he hasn’t.

Your Hump Day Recess: Every Wednesday LifeSafer brings you something a little different, related to the worlds of road safety, to ease your progress over Hump Day and through the week.
Previous Hump Days: a German Ignition Interlock spoof from 1960, our Top 10 Worst Crash Tests, a different kind of Anti-DUI messageHow Not to Dodge a Parking Ticket, the world’s worst traffic jams, a dramatic buzzed driving PSA , an offbeat ad from New ZealandVince and Larry, our favorite crash test dummies, some excellent Soviet anti-drunk-driving posters, a lesson on how buzzed driving can ruin your love life, South Australia to Drunk Drivers: Grow Up!, a woman calls 911 to report herself for DUI, Felix the Cat and Drunk Driving,  DUIs who crash vintage cars – (ouch!), Woman Unwittingly Creates Self-Driving Car, A Brilliant PSA from Australia, a Drunk Driver Crashes $4 Million Car, Drunk Driving in 1910, a Superb New Think! PSA from the UKDrunk Driving in 1955: New Breath Test Technology Will Save the Day!, the Best Animated Gifs About Drunk Driving, Angle Parking: A Surreal DUI Stop Photo, a Hertz Advertisement that Could Have Used Another Set of Eyes, a Laugh Out Loud Anti-Drunk Driving Ad, How to Beat a Breathalyzer with Peanut Butter … Not!Who Knew? GM Invented the DUI Ignition Interlock in 1970 a souvenir from back when drunk driving was funny, and a 50 Years On, a Dramatic sign Warns about Wisconsin Drunk Driving