Man urinates on liquor store; fails sobriety test - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Man urinates on liquor store; fails sobriety test

Brian Keys (Source: LMDC) Brian Keys (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Louisville Police arrested a man after they witnessed him urinating on a building.

According to an arrest report, Brian Keys, 21, drew attention to himself when he pulled from a stop sign in the path of an unmarked detective vehicle on Rangeland Road. The detective said he had to slam on his brakes to avoid a collision.

Keys then stopped at Liquor Palace on Poplar Level Road, got out of the car and began urinating on the building right in front of customers. He then got back into his car and drove off, even turning without a signal.

The officer pulled Keys over and smelled a strong alcohol odor coming from the car. According to the report, Keys said he had a beer, a shot and a drinking problem. The detective stated he was hard to understand.

Keys failed several sobriety tests and refused several others, however, the detective said Keys was swaying from side to side while he was given instructions.

Keys is being charged with DUI, failure to use proper signal, disorderly conduct and indecent exposure.

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