It’s winter time, and it’s North Dakota so I can’t totally blame him for being driven to drink, but he may have wanted to wait until after work to turn up.
Barstool Sports brings us the tale of a young man named Steven Anderson, (formally) a zamboni driver at Southside arena in Fargo, North Dakota. Steven had a bit too much to drink and apparently caught the attention of law enforcement while cleaning the ice at the end of the second period of a girls’ high school hockey game:
“The zamboni driver of a Fargo high school hockey game was arrested on suspected DUI Friday night. It happened during the Davies High School and Williston High School girls’ game at the Southside Arena in Fargo. The driver, Steven Anderson, was arrested just before the end of the second period around 8:15 p.m. No one was hurt…another Zamboni driver was called in but the coaches decided to play on the rough ice rather than wait for the other driver to arrive.”
Luckily, no one is allowed on the ice while the zamboni is active clearing, so nothing besides Steven Anderson’s ego was hurt.
[h/t Barstool Sports]