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I think the naked drunk driver thing has been too much, so it was interesting to see 36 year old Catherine Giaquinto's take on the trend. Catherine was arrested and charged with DUI this past weekend after she crashed into a retaining wall at someone's house and then drove off. Police caught up with her and they were shocked to see that Catherine was wearing a jacket. An unzipped leather jacket to be exact. If you are waiting for me to describe more clothes, there aren't any. Catherine said she had no memory of the accident and insisted she was not naked. No, a jacket, even if unzipped certainly qualifies as not being naked. Officers saw that Catherine had clothes in her car and asked her to get dressed. 10 minutes later she had a dress on, inside out. And backwards. Yeah, she failed the sobriety test.
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