DRunk Driver Blew a .66 on his Breathalyzer- a .40 is considered FATAL

We've got a story here about a guy who wasn't just too drunk to DRIVE . . . arguably, he was too drunk to LIVE.The cops in Pinellas County, Florida pulled over 50-year-old Ricardo Portillo-Gonzalez on Sunday afternoon after they got several calls about him driving drunk.And when they gave him a Breathalyzer test . . . yeah, those reports were right.Because Ricardo blew a .66 on his first try, then a .64 on his second.Those results are both EIGHT times the legal limit. For reference, a .40 level is considered potentially fatal . . . and Ricardo was LONG past that.The police report has him listed at 200 pounds.  We did the math, and for him to have a .66 blood-alcohol level, he would need to have put back about 33 to 35 "drinks" in one hour . . . which is more than one full bottle of 100 proof hard liquor.But somehow, he didn't die . . . or even need to go to the hospital.  He was arrested for drunk driving, and the cops kept him overnight until he posted bond and sobered up.


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