A Georgia man's attempt to stay out of jail may fall flat, as he faces his second arrest for driving under the influence -- this time, on a bulldozer.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Cody Gibbs, 22, went rogue on Aug. 2 near Powder Springs, crashing a bulldozer into concrete curbing, an erosion silt fence and landscaping at a construction site.
Gibbs definitely didn't have permission to use the bulldozer at 2 a.m., but it's unclear whether he is employed by the construction company that owns the dozer. He allegedly caused about $10,000 worth of damage.
Police arrested Gibbs last week and released him Tuesday on bond. He is charged with felony criminal damage, but that's not his only scrap with the law.
He was arrested on July 28 as well, accused of misdemeanor charges of DUI, driving without a license and making an improper lane change. Authorities released him the same day.
Surprisingly, Gibbs isn't the only guy busted for operating a bulldozer while intoxicated. In 2009, Robert Tite earned his first DUI charge for piloting a dozer into his neighbor's property, The Smoking Gun reported.