Police across the pond are using social media to tackle the issue of drunk driving this holiday season. The tactic raises a few questions; including whether or not it will work, and if the idea could make it to the United States.
Your smartphone can do a lot of things, but until now the only thing it could do when you were out drinking is facilitate drunk texting or dialing. This is the Breathometer, a device that will tell you if you are legally too drunk to drive, potentially saving your life, someone else's or at the least, give you piece of mind that you are drinking responsibly.
Cameras in a convenience store caught what might possibly be the drunkest man ever caught on video and shared on the internet. This video goes on for nearly six minutes while , believe it or not, the man tries to buy some beer, how about some water buddy?!
The world was introduced to reporter and weekend KEYC TV anchor Annie Stensrud in December of 2011 through a viral video where she appeared to be anchoring a newscast drunk. Stensrud is now sharing her side of the story.