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Cops Arrest Driver for Being Drunk and He Starts Eating Their Patrol Car

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We have all been drunk and felt the need to stop off at a local burger place or diner for the drunk munchies, but one guy took it to a new level.

According to WLS-TV in Chicago, police pulled over 22-year-old Rick Frederick of Sheridan, Illinois for drunk driving.

When he was put into the patrol car he started eating it, yes you read right, eating the police car.  Police did not realize what he was doing till he gnawed through the molding of the door of the car.

He was hit with 14 charges, including criminal damage to government property for snacking on the police vehicle.

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