Montana rarely, if ever, enforces speed limits - a fact lead-footed part-time resident David Letterman raves about - but 134 m.p.h. can still get you pulled over.
The Billings Gazette reports that Shaun Kachina Bell, 32, found that out the hard way on Sunday night. Yes ... he was clocked going 134 m.p.h. in a 50 zone.
Quite incredibly, and fortunately, Montana State Trooper Kyle Hayter was able to track Bell down ... and found a man passed out in the passenger seat.
Both men appeared to be intoxicated. Bell was charged with DUI along with felony criminal endangerment and a misdemeanor count of speeding.
Apparently you can still be ticketed for it if it endangers public safety. Bell was also charged for driving without a license or proof of insurance.
Hayter took Bell to Yellowstone County Jail after a background check revealed several outstanding warrants, a suspended license, and two previous DUIs.
Bell is currently $15,000 bail. He is scheduled to be arraigned on June 21.