It takes a special arrest story to become a Cuff ‘Em headliner.
It takes an even better story to be a standalone Cuff ‘Em.
Former Georgia Bulldogs football player Kelin Johnson has done both after a drunken weekend in Athens.
It seems Johnson, a former Dogs defensive back and current analyst for the sports department’s online operation, took a leak in a cop’s car after being pulled over for drunken driving.
Red and Black, the university newspaper, has a full report of the night’s fun.
Johnson was taken into the police station and the cop returned to inspect his car.
When the officer went back to his vehicle, he saw his back seat was wet.
“Inspection of the seat showed that it was completely saturated with urine,” the officer wrote.
There were no passengers in the officer’s back seat prior to Johnson.
Well, that was probably a long ride to the station.
Once you break the seal it’s impossible to hold it more than 10 minutes. BC readers know that. What surprises us is that Kelin didn’t give the cop some notice that he was about to go golden shower on his cruiser.
Something tells us Kelin will probably lose that Internet job over this incident which is sad because the “I’m sorry” speech is always fun.