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Drunk driver tells police stripper was supposed to drive him home

By Mason White 1:38 PM August 19, 2015
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By: Mahesh Sarin
A man who was arrested on a charge of drunk driving, told police that a stripper was supposed to drive him home, but she never showed up, police in Canada said.

Now, 25-year-old Brock Johnson of Burlington, has been banned from driving for a year after pleading guilty to impaired driving.

According to the police investigation, Johnson was told to leave the Solid Gold Strip Club after becoming intoxicated. He told security guards that one of the dancers was going to drive him home.

The dancer never showed up. According to the managers of the club, the dancer never agreed to take him home. While waiting, Johnson told the security guards that he was going to get his laptop from his car in the parking lot.

That is when he got into his car and drove off. The security guards immediately called the police, and they began chasing after Johnson.

The police said that Johnson, who was driving erratically, stopped his in front of an apartment complex and began to flee on foot.

Police released a dog that caught Johnson, and he was arrested. Tests showed that Johnson’s blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit.