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Arrest for man dressed as Breathalyzer

By Washington Post Editors

A Nebraska man was charged with drunk driving in his Halloween costume.

He was dressed as a Breathalyzer, according to reports:

The officer said [Matthew] Nieveen had watery eyes and slurred speech and smelled like alcohol. Police found a bottle of vodka, a half-full bottle of Mountain Dew and vodka and several cans and bottles of beer in the truck.
"He was dressed as a PBT (preliminary breath testing) alcohol sensor and had been attending a Halloween party prior to the stop," the report says.

Read the full story on the Journal Star web site.

By Washington Post Editors  | November 5, 2010; 6:51 AM ET
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