An Australian man has been banned from driving for 10 months after being caught on a scooter made of a motorised beer cooler.
The revamped 50cc scooter features a cooler box, which doubles up as a driver's seat and is able to hold up to 48 bottles of beer.
Chris Petrie, 23, bought the scooter on the internet for \$630 (£404).
He apparently decided to sample a few beers while assembling it before driving it home, according to a local television station.
Petrie told Australian news channel Network Ten: "By the time we built it, it was quite late so we thought we'd go for a bit of a test run."
He was pulled over by police and found to be more than three times over the legal blood alcohol limit.
Petrie was also charged with driving without a licence.
When asked in court if the cooler was fully loaded, Petrie informed the judge that the scooter was packed with canned rum and cokes.
He has also been fined \$500 (£320).