It's 5 o'clock somewhere!
That's something your alcoholic friend might say when he's looking to pound some tequila shots on his lunch break.
But even that maniac would probably look down his nose at this ... the sort of person who gets passed-out drunk before most folks are even out of work - on a weekday, no less!
Nathan Griffith, on the other hand has no qualms about getting absolutely sh-thoused on a random Thursday while the sun's still out.
As we reported earlier today, Griffith was arrested on DUI charges last night.
Now we know the details of his latest brush with the law, and frankly - while the jokes may seem funny - we're a little worried for the guy at this point.
Also, see what Jenelle Evans has to say about her baby daddy's situation.
Take a look:
Not on His Best Behavior
Griffith was booked and held on $10,000 bond after being arrested on DUI charges near his home in North Carolina yesterday.
A Very Bad Habit
Troublingly, this was not Griffith's first DWI. In fact, it's not his second, either. The 32-year-old been arrested for the offense on at least THREE prior occasions.
The Bright Side
Thankfully, Nathan Griffith hasn't killed anyone with his reckless behavior. But that's not the only threshold for dangerous behavior that threatens the public, and as such, it certainly doesn't mean he'll walk away from this latest situation consequence-free.
Kaiser In the Middle
Not only is Nathan facing jail time, he's set to square off against Teen Mom 2 terror Jenelle Evans in a battle for custody of his son, Kaiser. Needless to say, this brush with the law won't improve his chances of winning.
A Rare Victory
Jenelle hasn't done a whole lot of winning lately (or ever, if you think about it), but Nathan's bender just made it much more likely that she'll be granted full custody of Kaiser - especially once the judge finds out the details of Griffith's latest arrest.
This Freakin' Guy
“He was found unconscious in the parking lot of grocery store Harris Teeter,” Cady, N.C. police sergeant Mike Ring tells Radar Online, referencing the local grocery store chain.