Man gets arrested for drunken driving while wearing 'Drunk Lives Matter' shirt

If you're going to commit a crime, it's probably not best to wear a shirt proclaiming your love for bad choices.

Police in Newville, Pennsylvania saw a car that was being driven by someone making quite a few traffic violations.

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When they pulled the truck over, sobriety tests were run and they realized that the driver was driving under the influence of alcohol.

The suspect was taken to the station and given a legal blood draw to prove that he was in fact over the legal limit while operating a vehicle.

While the blood draw was necessary for proof in a court of law, the T-shirt he was wearing really said it all: Drunk Lives Matter.

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Being a social justice warrior can be a good thing, but somehow I don't think the drunk lives matter movement is going to gain support when it includes driving.

It's probably best to save this shirt and wear it when he does not intend to drive.

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