Remember Justin Lookadoo?
Unfair Park forgives you if you don't. We've done our best to purge the esteemed The Dateable Rules author from our memories as well.
Here's a primer: Lookadoo is the uber-douche Richardson High School invited to give their students "faith-based" dating advice like, "Be mysterious. Dateable girls know how to shut up," and "Let him lead. God made guys as leaders. Dateable girls get that and let him do guy things. ... Which means they don't ask him out!!!" At a school-sponsored and allegedly "optional" assembly.
The guy is basically rape culture anthropomorphized, given frosted tips and sprinkled with Bible dust. And the day Lookadoo had on Tuesday is proof that there is some, if not enough, justice in the world.
According to a report from Evansville, Indiana's, WFIE, Lookadoo failed to show up for a speaking engagement at an Evansville's Teen Power Camp because he had been booked into the county jail.
WFIE reports that law enforcement found Lookadoo asleep in his car off the side of the road. He told the officers that he'd pulled over to take a nap, but, according to the report, the authorities realized something was amiss when they smelled alcohol on Lookadoo and noticed he had vomited in his car.
Officials say Lookadoo failed field sobriety tests and had a BAC of .07. He was arrested for public intoxication and posted bond later Tuesday morning.
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