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  1. Holy Crap… I lost it when the guy Steve in the Sky Jack started F**king with the cop!

    1. hahahaha I want a t-shirt that says „FREE MY BOY STEVE!“ with a scissor lift on the back

    2. The scissor lift clip is a spoof by a guy who calls himself Steve Jessup. He has several similar videos. It is indeed a spoof. They are certainly funny, but obviously faked. Well, they should be obvious.

  2. your cop‘ spend a lot of time for neurological evaluations. Don’t they have no breath analyzer in the car? That would only take some seconds…

    1. what if you have medical problems I suffer from damaged nerves in my feet.unable to walk the line wobble when looking up,this is same test as used to diagnose neurological damage in hospital,yet I am perfectly able to function and perform intricate tasks.breath test much simpler leaves no doubts,Monty Bank.

    2. Note how there are several tests involved that involve different body parts, eyes, legs, arms as well as cognitive functions like the step counting and the time counting. So with that in mind if you mentioned your medical problem they would take that into account. Like Eric said this is done to display how impaired the person is in case a complaint is filed.

    3. In a lot of states in the U.S. a Breathalyzer won’t stand up in court, but a blood alcohol test will. This (and many times a breathalyzer as well) is necessary for legal reasons. It proves „probable cause“, in order to detain and transport the driver to jail or hospital, for further blood testing. You are generally not officially charged for drunk driving until the blood alcohol levels verify it. Like someone else mentioned, sometimes it is a case of a diabetic attack or a neurological issue. In that case the driver may be released without any charges at all. At that point any charges would be based on whether or not the medical issue could have been prevented, i.e. negligence when monitoring medications etc.

    4. The majority of these comments have no idea what they’re talking about. The field sobriety test is done for evidentiary purpose to show impaired motor skill. That give the police the probable cause to arrest in suspicion of dwi. Once under arrest the suspect is brought to a police station where a breathalyzer is done. Which is also used in court to define the BAC. There are prescreen breath tests that can be administered in the field. But they are not admissible in court because they are not calibrated to the same degree as a breathalyzer.

    5. you can refuse a breath analyzer making them have to arrest you and cost a lot more time and money.

  3. in that last one I don’t know what the cop knew it but when he asked her to put her index finger to her nose with her eyes closed 90% of people would fail that test because when you close your eyes you lose all spatial awareness until you move your hands around a lot to create that special awareness with your eyes closed

    1. I know I’m drunk and just did that after I read this. Played that part again and followed the cops commands. Still touched my nose each time.

    2. I told the cops „I can’t pass this test when I am sober“, LOL
      I obviously passed all the other test, failed that one. They breathalyzed me and I blew 0. They were a bit pissy.
      I had that look of, I told you so!!!!

    3. Nope. Just did it. It was as easy as putting my finger on my nose without looking.

    4. Stratagos Command not true the average person maintains self-awareness while the visual sensories are deprived kind of like how you can throw something in the air and you can catch up with the other hand you know where it’s going to land same thing with your eyes closed you can still touch a part of your body in the dark that you want to touch you can close your eyes and still touch your toe or your nose unless you have a medical problem going on

  4. Way to go Steve now how is the crew going to get their beers lmao

  5. „Steve I cant have you driving down the road in a skyjack drinking beer.“ I want to know if thats the first time in history that exact phrase has been spoken…Will it ever be spoken again? Or is this the one and only time…LOL

  6. They should really ad bend over and touch your toes to this test.

  7. Don’t USA policemen have alcohol testers? Or why are they doing that „walk the straight line“ thing instead of just letting them breathe in alcohol tester which would show them exactly how much that person is drunk?

    1. They may do that for evidence too if the person takes it to court.

    2. Pavel Varga breathalyzers are not submissable in court in the US

    3. Jeremy Sommerfeldt that’s a new one I never heard of that

    4. Breathalyzer are submitted in court but you can deny the breath test if you want

    5. RaZoR ShArP that’s pretty warped. It should be breathalyzer, then calibrated machine back at the cop station or booze bus. The later machine is admissable in court. If you still thinking you are under the limit, you may ask for a blood test. But it can be higher than breath and will be the one used in court.

      Note: I am an Australian. I reckon I’d fail those tests even when sober, especially with a bright light in my eyes.

  8. That lady in first and second clip was wearing the same clothes.

    1. Hanny Su she was arrested twice in the same day by the same cop.

  9. „Steve, I can’t have you driving down the road in a skyjack drinking beer.“ Cracked me up good.

  10. Why do American police have such a ridiculous process for testing drunk drivers?

    1. Because government said thats how you have to do it. Even if you can smell bear on their breath and they are clearly drunk, I’m sure you still have to do all these little steps because if not she can probably sue them for not having absolute certainty that she is drunk. Maybe not sue but get a lawyer who can say there was plausible deniability. Innocent until proven guilty, but it sucks when little things like this happen.

    2. Because DUI laws were written mostly by DUI defense lawyers. More people get away from these without prosecution due to a techicality

    3. In a lot of states in the U.S. a Breathalyzer won’t stand up in court, but a blood alcohol test will. This (and many times a breathalyzer as well) is necessary for legal reasons. It proves „probable cause“, in order to detain and transport the driver to jail or hospital, for further blood testing. You are generally not officially charged for drunk driving until the blood alcohol levels verify it. Sometimes it is a case of a diabetic attack or a neurological issue. In that case the driver may be released without any charges at all. At that point any charges would be based on whether or not the medical issue could have been prevented, i.e. negligence when monitoring medications etc.

  11. too bad those skyjacks which are man lifts have a emergency button that you can pull or push to release the person from being up in the air

  12. Why do american police do that silly road side test? It’s more or less meaningless since it could be anything including nervousness because it’s police.

    Don’t you have breathalysers?

    1. Nakoruru The Extra Terrestrial … Americans are primitive scums.

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