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DUI Offender Sings "Bohemian Rhapsody" during Arrest

A DUI arrest that occurred in Canada has made news headlines this week. Allegedly, the DUI offender, 29-year-old R.W., decided to serenade police while he was arrested for drunk driving back in November. Officers had a camera installed in their patrol car and it caught R.W. singing Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" while he was being detained. Since the arrest, the video has found its way to the internet and has become viral.

Not only did R.W. proceed to sing the song word-for-word, he also put on an exuberant performance for the officers by gesturing, air-guitaring, drumming as well as pounding on the window of the officers' vehicle. He was not in handcuffs, which enabled him to put on quite a show before police were able to place him inside their cruiser. Not only is the DUI arrest video being used for entertainment purposes on the internet, but also as evidence against R.W. in court. News sources say that he has pleaded not guilty to his charges and he plans to represent himself. Arrested for DUI in Phoenix? Don't make the mistake of representing yourself. Instead, hire a Phoenix DUI lawyer by contacting the Knowles Law Firm so you have a litigator on your side that is knowledgeable and experienced.

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