Man Barks at K-9 Officer at DUI Checkpoint, Gets Arrested

Sometimes, you don't even need the breathalyzer.

26-year-old James Paul Andrews of Cranberry Township in Pennsylvania began "barking, hissing and growling" at a K-9 police officer after being stopped at a drunken-driving checkpoint. The incident, which happened at 2:40 a.m. on September 15, ended with Andrews in handcuffs, facing serious charges.

Along with drunken driving, Andrews was charged with "inciting Chaos," a real charge, and also the name of the K-9 unit. That's right — the dog is named Chaos. And inciting the K-9 officer is a felony charge which carries a possible charge of up to seven years in prison.

If you're drunk, driving, and already busted — just let the dog be. And whatever you do, don't mess with Chaos.

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