It takes a small kid or a true coward to always find someone else to blame for poor decisions. One of these, I am not sure which of the two categories he qualifies for is George Boedecker, founder of Crocs shoes. He was was arrested for a DUI after he was found passed out in his Porsche.
When confronted by Colorado police, Boedecker said that he wasn't the one driving the car. When asked who was driving, the allegedly intoxicated entrepreneur said his "girlfriend," whom he identified as pop singer Taylor Swift, was the one behind the wheel. The 51-year-old Boedecker gestured to a nearby yard and said Swift was hiding out there. Not surprisingly, the 22-year-old singer was nowhere to found. As reported in www.examiner.com.
Continuing his insolence when asked where he lived Boedecker said he had 17 ** homes. He then used more profanity to inform officers he would not be performing a field sobriety test. What a jerk!
Boedecker’s decision not to take the test means he could face enhanced penalties for his alleged DUI. That's because many states have implied consent laws, under which a driver agrees to undergo certain sobriety tests as a condition of being allowed to drive. If a driver refuses to undergo the test, he or she may be presumed intoxicated, and could face greater fines and jail time if convicted.
And for the record, Taylor Swift is dating Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s 18-year-old son, Conor. Boedecker needs an alcohol class and some serious counseling for his anti-social personality.