One almost feels bad for singer/stoner, George Michael. Appearing in court on charges of being unfit to drive and pot possession, the singer got a bit of a nasty surprise when prosecutors added being under the influence while driving. This is the second time in a matter of months Michael’s faced such a charge. NME reports:
At Brent Magistrates’ Court in London prosecutor Andrew Torrington added the charge of being in charge of a vehicle while unfit through drugs.
The singer was arrested on October 1 last year on suspicion of being unfit to drive and for possession of a substance believed to be cannabis. He was charged before Christmas with being unfit to drive through drugs.
Poor, poor George. If only he could get high in the privacy of his own home, like everybody else. Or, at the very least, get himself a driver…
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