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October 23, 2009


A Minnesota man has pleaded guilty to driving his motorized La-Z-Boy chair while drunk.

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i remember this when it first happened. a classic. i think he would have driven his motorized laz-e-boy while sober. he just got caught when inebriated ...

Since I know everyone will ask, here is a picture of the chair and the genius.

I think he might be single, Siouxie.

Along with the stereo and cup holders, it is powered by a converted gasoline-powered lawnmower, a steering wheel, headlights and a power antenna.

Sounds pretty cool to me.

That looks like the least comfortable La-Z-Boy ever!

And you wonder why I *SMACK* you, Jeff???

We kid because we care, Siouxie.


Looks like he not only needs a Florida Drivers License, but a set of plates too.

Cupholders. Cool.

You really have to wonder though...did the "authorities" really think that a guy with a motorized La-Z-Boy that had cupholders wouldn't be drunk??? What did they think he did with that thing?!

My other car is a Barcalounger.

How do you drive a La-Z-Boy? I have one and I can't imagine how you would put a motor on it and be able to steer it.

Not as cool as the chair from the mid 1990s Nickelodeon show Roundhouse. It had a TV, and a grill.

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