A man wearing a shirt reading, “This guy needs a beer” with two thumbs pointing upward to his face was charged with drunk driving following a crash on Friday in New Hampshire.
CBS Boston reported that Joshua Tackett, 29, who is from Seabrook, N.H., was traveling south on Amesbury Road when his Chevy Cruze went into the opposite lane and slammed into a stone wall, a telephone pole, and a granite post.
Tackett suffered minor injuries, and no one else was injured. He refused medical treatment.
Investigators told that they think alcohol factored into the crash. According to NECN, speed also played a role in the accident.
Tackett’s Chevy was badly damaged in the crash.
He was released on $750 bail, and he is expected to be arraigned on Wednesday in Brentwood.
It was not clear if he had an attorney.
“Kensington has experienced an increased number of serious motor vehicle accidents this year, including a rollover accident in February which resulted in three fatalities,” the Kensington Police Department said in a statement, per Boston.com.
“We can’t stress enough how important it is for motorist to slow down, put down the hand-held devices, and find designated drivers instead of getting behind the wheel while being impaired by drugs or alcohol.”