06/23/2011 05:13 pm ET Updated Aug 23, 2011

WATCH: 'Freakonomics' Author On Why Friends Don't Let Friends Walk Drunk

The dangers of drunk driving are well established -- according to Mothers Against Drunk Driving, someone is dies in a car crash involving drinking every 50 minutes. And one in three people will be involved in an alcohol-related accident at some point in their lives.

The statistics are sobering, to say the least, but is there any danger in walking drunk? "Freakonomics" co-author Stephen Dubner explored the repercussions of taking to the streets on foot and under the influence with AOL's You've Got -- turns out, this is another risky behavior.