Wait, You Can Riverdance On Land?

Meet Amy Ann Harrington of St. Petersburg, Flori-Duh. Amy was having a very good time at the bar when she decided to drive herself home. That was her first mistake. Her second mistake was the dancing…

A Florida Woman suspected of drunk driving performed “multiple ballet and Irish folk dance moves” while undergoing field sobriety tests after rear-ending a vehicle late Wednesday evening.

If I’m going to be brutally honest, I would have loved to see her dancing on the highway. I mean, she’s obviously a pretty woman.

Amy Ann Harrington, 38, was arrested on a DUI charge following a crash near her residence in Madeira Beach, a city 10 miles from St. Petersburg. Police allege that Harrington “showed multiple signs of impairment during roadside sobriety tests.”

Harrington smelled of alcohol, had “slurred speech,” and “was unsteady on her feet,” police charge. When asked to perform one-leg stand and walk-and-turn tests, Harrington instead broke out her cross-disciplinary dance moves.

If Amy was able to do a perfect split, I absolutely would have let her go with a warning.

7 thoughts on “Wait, You Can Riverdance On Land?

  1. Wyatt, you would, like a screen door in a hurricane you know you would. Especially with the “saucy minx” smile.

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  2. I’ve watched Riverdance & holy he!!, if this chick can go up on her toes like they do when she’s drunk, I’ll tip my shot of Irish whiskey to her (after I’ve emptied the glass, of course).

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  3. TXNick – As Jerry Seinfeld once said, “And the worst part of course is that she also possessed many of the other qualities prized by the superficial man.”

    Rudy – Every day of the week and twice on Sunday.

    MelP – Glass, glasses, what’s the difference when it’s whiskey.

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