Halloween Reveler Dressed As Breathalyzer Busted For Drunk Driving

In the most amusing meta moment from the Halloween police blotter, a Nebraska man dressed as a portable Breathalyzer machine was arrested for drunk driving.

Matthew Nieveen, 19, was busted early Monday for DUI and being a minor in possession of alcohol. Nieveen, pictured in the police photo (click to enlarge) at right, was collared after a Lincoln cop pulled over his Ford F-150 after the teenager was spotted driving erratically. Though cops identified Nieveen, they decided to black out his face in a photo snapped post-arrest.

[Click here to view mug shots of Halloween weekend arrestees who didn’t have time to remove their makeup.]

Nieveen’s blood alcohol level was more than twice the state’s .08 limit (though he wasn’t supposed to be drinking in the first place). A search of his truck turned up a bottle of vodka and beer.

Last Halloween, an Ohio college student wearing a similar Breathalyzer costume was busted for drunk driving and underage drinking.

Comments (11)

Matt your future is not looking very bright son, best go back to school or you'll be digging ditches and walking around for cans to scrap poor child.
Of course he's a drunken red sox fan.
There is ABSOLUTLEY NOTHING FUNNY ABOUT DRUNK DRIVING! ...well. Maybe just this once. LOLZ!
Why did they blank out his face? LAME. You can see it on his FB profile here: http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=505606383
no matter what i still love u matt
Driving age should be raised to 21. Heard the 14/15 age was from when farmers needed their kids to move equipment on local roads.
If you can go to war and defend our country and have enough responsibility to do that, than you shoudl be responsible enough to be able to have a beer. That's all I'm saying
@ jonnypc123 I agree with you but the problem is that they arent being responsible. Person is to caught up in the image and ego to think/act responsibly
Stupid kids should not be allowed to drink (although they'll do it anyways). If an 18 year old risks their life to defend their county then sure they should be allowed to drink, but not their 18 year old friends who aren't in the military.
so the driving age should be raised to 21, so i cant drive to college...right...