MIAMI - DECEMBER 15: Officer Kevin Millan from the City of Miami Beach police department arrests a woman after she failed a field sobriety test at a DUI checkpoint December 15, 2006 in Miami, Florida. According to police, the woman failed a breathalyzer test by blowing into the device and receiving two readings one at .190 the other .183, which is twice the legal limit in Florida. The city of Miami, with the help of other police departments, will be conducting saturation patrols and setting up checkpoints during the holiday period looking to apprehend drivers for impaired driving and other traffic violations. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Most days police officers have the most difficult and tiresome job on earth. Some days, the work practically does itself.
On June 22, a man clumsily parked his vehicle on the curb outside a police station in Montgomery just before midnight and his female passenger tumbled out, peed on the car, and then passed out with her pants down. She stayed there until cops found her.
If that's what they do on a Tuesday night, imagine what their weekends are like.
The driver, 35-year-old Jacob Hesenflow of DeKalb, was charged with DUI, reports the Sun-Times. He also earned a ticket for his poor parking job.
The woman, 49-year-old Toni Yahnke of Aurora, had decided to create her own rest area when she allegedly got out of the vehicle and began urinating on the car, say police. She then fell onto a grassy area (hopefully she was done relieving herself!), and the cops found her lying on the ground with her pants down.
Yahnke was charged with disorderly conduct, according to the Sun-Times.
It must've been the cops' easiest day on the job.
Matt Bartosik is a Chicago native and a social media sovereign.
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