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Man Time Travels And Receives Second DUI On Same Exact Night At Same Exact Time

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Time travel, day light savings, what’s the difference?  This story would have been better if the dude was driving a Delorean.

According to DM a man made the same stupid mistake twice and thanks to day light savings time it happened at the same exact time. Niles Gammons was arrested at 1:08am for DUI and was released with a summons to appear in court the next week. About an hour later Gammons was stopped and arrested again at 1:08 am by the same police officer, Sergeant Dave Reese. When asked to take a breathalyzer test police said Gammons blew 1.21 gigawatts!

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