A Florida man called 911 to report for drunk driving on New Year's Eve.
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Michael Lester, of Winter Haven, can be heard saying a dispatcher who is "too drunk" when the woman tries to determine her location for the deputies who responded in the recording broadcast on the Friday by the Polk County Sheriff's Office.
"I think I'm going to get something to eat," Lester said. "You can catch up with me."
Officers found Lester in his red Ford F-150 parked in the middle of the road.
Lester told the deputies that he had had a few beers, had swallowed methamphetamines and had only slept about four hours in the past four days, according to the Sheriff's Office.
Lester's criminal history includes DUI, aggravated assault, possession of drugs and beatings and running, according to the Sheriff's Office.
Lester was arrested and charged with DUI, driving on the wrong side of the street, improper use of the center lane and not having a seatbelt.
"Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is a serious crime, too often, innocent people are injured or killed by disabled drivers, DUI is not a matter of laughter," the sheriff's officers wrote. . "However … in this particular incident, no one was injured, so we could not avoid LOTUS (that means we laughed at our Taser Off weapons)"
The Associated Press contributed to this report.