Neverclear: Student gets stuck on tracks, wrestles police after drinking high-proof alcohol
Ignoring the advice of many who made the same mistake, a lad named Bond... Connor James Bond… apparently drank half a shaken, not stirred bottle of the rectified spirit, which can be purchased in either 151-proof (75 percent) and 190-proof (95 percent) variants.
There are a lot of things they don't teach you in high school, like how to do your taxes or that everclear will most likely kill you— Sam Davidson (@samhdavidson) February 21, 2016
"One more won't hurt" tee says as he pours another pint of everclear into his glass and sips away with no respect for his well being...— Eli Lee (@EliLee01) February 24, 2016
never do everclear willingly guys, bad things happen— Sophia Peabody (@xolalaleand) February 14, 2016
After initially receiving a number of reports of a car driving erratically around the Sun Creek area of College Station, the 19 year old’s car became stuck on railroad tracks, local station KBTX reported.
When police approached the car, Bond was sitting naked inside, with his clothes on the passenger seat, and a half-empty bottle of Everclear in the backseat.
After unable to start the car with a pair of scissors, police eventually persuaded the teenager to step out of the car and put his pants back on.
I blacked out on Everclear. That's the worst blackout there is. Idc.— Buddy (@TacoBellGawd) February 24, 2016
Why the hell did I agree to have everclear last night. I still feel my stomach burning 🔥— ℓєαнΑѕнℓєу (@h3lloleah) February 14, 2016
Y'all don't ever ever ever ever drink everclear 😭😭😭😭— Muva B. (@lavonnerache) February 14, 2016
The teen attempted to flee the scene on foot once an ambulance arrived and attempted to wrestle the police officers who tried to arrest him.
Bond now faces several charges, including driving while (really f*cking) intoxicated and resisting and evading arrest.
Fortunately, arson is not one of the charges...
...and a train didn't come along before his car was moved.