Pulled over for drunk driving, man flees to restaurant, starts chopping veg and pretends to be chef

By Erik Crouch, March 13, 2015

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When you drink a bit too much, your judgement becomes impaired (or so we've heard). That's probably why a Jilin man decided to get behind the wheel after having one too many. It's also why he panicked when he was pulled over by police, ran from the vehicle, entered a nearby restaurant and started desperately chopping up vegetables, hoping the police wouldn't be able to spot him. We're sure it seemed like a good idea at the time.

According to the South China Morning Post, the man (whose name has not been released) bailed from his car after the cops noticed his "strange behavior." The police soon found him in an empty restaurant, where the actual chef and cooking staff were in a bit of a shock.

The boozed-up, knife-wielding man refused to give his ID card to police, saying that he was, in fact, the chef. He later recanted the story when he was taken to the police station, where - surprise - his blood tests revealed quite a bit of alcohol in his system.

We image he woke up the next morning, in jail, to ask 'I did What?!"

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