Juggle Your Way Out of Trouble
Several years ago, when I was still in high school, my friends and I had a run-in with the police in the town of Rosemount. We were on our way home from from a Van Halen concert at the Civic Center and had been drinking before we were pulled over. If only I had known how to juggle, perhaps I would've been able to get us out the jam we found ourselves in, the same way a 21-year-old Arkansas college student was able to recently.
Conway police officers had observed Blayk Puckett driving much slower than the speed limit, which is usually a sign of driving under the influence. After pulling him over, and determining that he was sober, they let him off with a warning. During the course of their interrogation they found out he was a magician and a juggler, after which he volunteered to do a little impromptu juggling of bowling pins for the officers. Caught on their dashcam and bodycam, Puckett is overheard saying "This is the new sobriety test in Conway."