Dude in the video wasn't happy about being picked up by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for being intoxicated. The best excuse he can muster is something about "brotherhood of men on the planet earth" before he segues right into singing Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody." In its entirety. He even provides the instrumental interlude. There's nothing clever to add here. This performance can't be topped.
Drunk Man Sings "Bohemian Rhapsody" In Its Entirety In Back Of Police Car
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Posted 29 November 2012 - 09:16 PM
The man made famous on the Web for his impassioned rendition of "Bohemian Rhapsody" in the back of a Royal Canadian Mounted Police car had his court appearance today. He wore a Viking hat, sunglasses and a NASA "I need my space" T-shirt. Naturally.
Robert Wilkinson of Edson, Alberta, represented himself. Perhaps not surprisingly, the 29-year-old was convicted of impaired driving and refusing a blood-alcohol-level test.
He was fined $1,400 and had his license suspended for one year. But singing? Let's hope he can still do lots of that.
Wilkinson seemed bullish about the conclusion of events, writing on his Facebook page, "The system works." Even as a friend pointed out that he was convicted, he responded, "Who has the right to say that? I am not convicted in my mind."