& # 39; I should have ordered UberEats & # 39 ;: BMW-driving Bra Boy admits he shouldn't have been behind the wheel when he plowed in parked cars & turned his vehicle after a drunk night out
- Timothy Deland-Cleveland was drunk by Coogee in January
- He turned over his BMW after two collisions with Toyota & # 39; s causing $ 10,000 damage
- Deland-Cleveland was taken to the hospital with a blood alcohol level of 0.181
A drunk driver who turned his BMW after plowing two parked cars & # 39; s told police that he should have ordered & # 39; Uber Eats & # 39 ;.
Timothy Deland-Cleveland, 30, was sentenced Wednesday at Waverly Local Court after he smashed two Toyota & # 39; s while driving through Coogee in the eastern suburbs of Sydney on January 2.
& # 39; I knew I shouldn't have been driving. I should have ordered Uber Eats, & Mr Deland-Cleveland said to the police, heard the court as reported by The Daily Telegraph.
Timothy Deland-Cleveland (photo) drove through Coogee, on the eastern outskirts of Sydney, around 1:30 am on January 2 when he struck two Toyota & # 39; s
The 30-year-old from Maroubra drove around 1:30 in the night of the crash that left the two Toyota & $ 39 in damage.
& # 39; You are lucky to be here and have not beaten anyone else & # 39 ;, said Acting Magistrate John Andrews.
After turning his vehicle, Deland-Cleveland was forced to smash the window so that he could crawl out of the car.
& # 39; The suspect was trapped in the BMW and had to hit the window and crawl out of the wreck, resulting in minor cuts and scrapes on the suspect's hands and knees, according to the agreed facts.
The police arrived while Mr. Deland-Cleveland was being treated by paramedics.
Mr. Deland-Cleveland got stuck in the vehicle after it was turned, slamming his window so he could crawl freely
He was taken to the hospital where he blew a value of 0.181 blood alcohol two hours after the crash.
Deland-Cleveland had disqualified his driver's license for one year and ordered an additional driver's license for another 24 months. He also received a $ 500 fine.
He was previously convicted of a drinking crime in the middle class in 2007.
Deland-Cleveland wears a tattoo on his chest and reads & # 39; My Brother & # 39; s Keeper & # 39; – made famous by Maroubra surf tribe The Bra Boys.
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