Timothy Carney was supposed to report to the Southern State Correctional Facility in Springfield, Vt., last week to serve a two-day jail sentence for a recent drunken driving offense, according to Boston.com.
Problem was, he drove himself to jail and showed up drunk, police said. Carney, 42, served the original drunken driving sentence but now faces a second DUI charge.
This isn't the first time Carney has run afoul of the law for his less-than-stellar automotive abilities. The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles indicates numerous suspensions of Carney's license in recent years, including at least one for driving under the influence.
Officials also deemed him at least 50 percent at fault for five traffic accidents. In addition to the drunken driving incidents, Carney has been arrested and cited for driving with a suspended license and registration as well as operating an uninsured vehicle.
Carney is expected in court by the end of April to see whether he's headed to jail again on his latest DUI escapade. Hopefully, he'll show up a bit more sober this time.