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Fred Sanford: Son, you’re worthless

Lamont Sanford: Yeah i’m worthless, penniless, broke, busted, and….

Fred Sanford: A dummy…

-Sanford and Son

 

Around 6:50 we here at the Yolanda Adams Morning Show like to give this award to a person, a public figure, a city, or a country for doing something so wrong that it would make Fred Sanford call you, “a dummy”. This one goes out to the 18-year-old man in a breathalyzer costume who got pulled over, at Miami University, for driving under the influence. Can you say, irony?

 

via: wlwt.com

An 18-year-old man in a breathalyzer costume found himself blowing into one after police stopped him for allegedly driving the wrong way with no headlights on a one-way street Halloween night.

Oxford police said they found an open container and a partial case of beer in the front seat and beer in the trunk when they stopped James P. Miller, of Cincinnati.

Police said Miller was arrested and blew a 0.158 percent blood alcohol level on a breathalyzer test. The legal limit for driving is 0.08.

Remember to tune into the Lamont Awards, at 6:50 during the Yolanda Adams Morning Show on Cincinnati’s community and inspiration station, 1230 am WDBZ!

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