A man wearing a breathalyzer costume was arrested Sunday on suspicion of driving drunk.
According to a police report, 18-year-old James N. P. Miller, of Cincinnati, was seen driving the wrong way out of the entrance to a one-way street at East Park Place in Oxford.
Officers executed a traffic stop and found that Miller was wearing a breathalyzer costume. After investigation, police said, Miller was found to be operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Inside his car, officers allegedly found an open container of Bud Light in the center console.
Officers also found what was left of a case of Bud Light in the passenger side front seat and in the trunk.
After checking his wallet, police said, they found multiple Ohio IDs.
He was arrested and transported to the police station, where he consented to take a blood-alcohol-content test. His results were a .158 percent BAC.
He was cited for OVI, open container and a one-way street violation, among other charges and released to his girlfriend.