What’s wrong with dancing on a tractor?
Nothing, but problems may arise if you do so while simultaneously driving the tractor on a public street as you are way over the legal limit for booze with your genitals exposed.
An Indian River County Sheriff’s investigator went to the 1100 block of 58th Avenue where another investigator said Velez-Morales was driving an International 354 tractor south. Velez-Morales was “dancing” in the seat, and had difficulty driving the farm implement.That’s pretty much what Elias Velez-Morales, 24, stands accused of during a July 24 incident that happened about 1:40 a.m. in Vero Beach, according to a recently released arrest affidavit.
Velez-Morales said he’d had three beers, and “appeared to be so intoxicated he was unable to give (his) name and address,” the affidavit states.
His genitals were exposed and he’d urinated on his clothes and himself.
The affidavit did not indicate whether Velez-Morales was performing a specific style of dance, such as ballroom or tap.
Velez-Morales said he’s never had a license.
After performing field sobriety exercises, Velez-Morales, whose address is unknown, was arrested on charges including DUI and no driver’s license.
A breath test measured his blood alcohol content at 0.249 and 0.240. The legal limit is 0.08.