Yes, we should really leave this guy alone, especially if you are trying to give a DUI for driving a golf cart? I don’t know about Stockholm but I believe US doesn’t have this law? Here’s the story on CNN.
He said Murray would only be charged if tests show his blood alcohol level exceeded the legal limit, which is quite low in Sweden.
A very high alcohol level could lead to a prison sentence, but Holmlund said fines were more likely.
“There were no obvious signs, like when someone is really tipsy,” he said.
Holmlund said it wasn’t clear where Murray picked up the vehicle, or to whom it belonged.
“It was a golf cart. How it ended up in this predicament I don’t know,” he said, adding that Murray wasn’t facing any theft charges.