If drunk driving were an Olympic event, 28-year-old Nathan Danzuka would win the gold medal and set a new world record.
The Oregon man is going to prison for 13 months after a spectacular drunk driving arrest in which his blood-alcohol content was measured at .778, which is more than nine times the legal limit and apparently a U.S. record. Police say Danzuka was arrested after crashing his car into a concrete barrier. Officers also found several alcoholic beverage containers in his vehicle. They also discovered that he was driving on a suspended license. He was charged with DUI, reckless driving, and fleeing charges in connection with a hit-and-run accident. In addition to spending the next 13 months in jail, he'll also get a year's probation and have his license "suspended for life."