Police have charged a man with operating under the influence after he passed out in a McDonald's drive-thru.
According to police, they were dispatched to the McDonald's in Hooksett, New Hampshire, for a report of a man who was passed out in his vehicle in the drive-thru lane.
Officials identified the man as Joshua Irizarry, 23, of Southington, Connecticut.
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Officers said when they spoke with Irizarry he showed signs of impairment and stated that he drank alcohol prior to driving.
Irizarry agreed to take a standardized field sobriety test and was subsequently arrested for OUI, police said.
He was then transported to the Hooksett Police Department where he agreed to take a breath test. Officials say he blew a 0.09 BrAC.
Irizarry was charged with a OUI and released on personal recognizance.
He is scheduled to appear in the 6th Circuit Hooksett District Court on Feb. 21 at 8:15 a.m.
It is unclear whether Irizarry has an attorney.