Pennsylvania State Police say a man was drunk when he hopped on a lawn tractor and drove it to buy more beer.
Police say 63-year-old Ford Earl Broome, of Export, was stopped by a state trooper at about 8 p.m. on Sept. 6.
The trooper says he stopped Broome near a tavern, and that Broome smelled of alcohol and appeared to be drunk. Police say Broome denied drinking, but then acknowledged he "drank a little" before driving the tractor to a bar to buy more beer.
The alleged incident was similar to a famous episode when country singer George Jones, whose wife had taken away his car keys to prevent him from buying booze, drove his lawnmower to a local liquor store. He was arrested and charged with DUI.
Police say Broome's blood-alcohol content was about double the state's legal limit for drivers.
Broome did not immediately return a message left at his house Friday. His preliminary hearing is Dec. 14.