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August 30, 2011

A TOTALLY UNDERSTANDABLE MISTAKE

A Massachusetts man whose colorful golf attire was briefly mistaken for a clown outfit has been charged in New York with driving a golf cart while drunk.

(Thanks to maryqos, Fred Hudson and Matt Filar)

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Here he is earlier that day.

Thanks Jeff! Now I'm blind! I have a lot of golfers in my family. None of them, thank goodness, wear crazy looking clothes.

If he was at an outing wearing colorful clothes, does that mean we need to use the acronym NTTAWWT?

Either that, NUMA, or: WARNING: DO NOT OPEN AT WORK, OIYDWYMTTY(NY)G. NTTAWWT.

I've played a lot of golf with clowns.

In my golf game I always manage to hit the ball through the clowns shoes into the hole.

I can totally agree with this as I have seen it before.

I was thinking more of this.

in the eighties i had a pink sweater and pink pants the same shade - used to go golfing in that get up with blue golf shoes.

I'm with Loud on this. My first thought exactly.

The all time patron saint of obnoxious golfers.

BTW, who the hell drives their golf cart home after an outing sober?

Wingnut, think 55+ mobile home park on lush golf course. Even without the golf course, they all drive golf carts. I can't wait to move there!

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