New York superintendent crowd-surfs at high school game before DWI arrest (video)

A New York superintendent had a grand ol' time Friday night as he crowd-surfed at a high school football game (see videos below). The fearless 48-year-old seemed like one of the gang as he traveled down the bleachers over the students' heads while the young crowd cheered him on. Merriment was had by all — except for him. Once the game ended, the jolly superintendent got into his car and was promptly arrested and charged with a DWI after a sobriety test showed "a blood alcohol content of 0.15%, nearly twice the legal limit," according to Students, not used to grown ups having such fun, had actually suspected he was drunk, and reported him before his arrest.


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