There is a time and a place for everything -- except perhaps urinating out of the back of a sheriff's car.
Devin Langford allegedly didn't realize that simple truth and ended up pissing off officials in Indian County, Fla.
Langford was pulled over last month for speeding, and the arresting officer noticed that not only did he have slurred speech and “red, glassy, and bloodshot eyes," but there were also “a plethora of empty beer cans” littering Langford’s truck, according to the police report.
Langford allegedly failed a series of field sobriety tests and was placed into a squad car and taken to the county jail. On his way, he suddenly felt nature's call and told the officer he needed to pee, The Smoking Gun reports.
Although the arresting officer, Brian Bell, told Langford to wait until they got to the jail, the suspect said he couldn't hold out that long and asked if he could urinate in the car.
Amazingly, Bell told the suspect he understood if he couldn't wait.
Langford was so touched that he decided to avoid whizzing in the car by attempting to aim his stream out the window by kneeling out the backseat and aiming his urine out the window, according to the police report.
Although Bell said he'd prefer that Langford just pee his pants, the suspect went ahead with his plan. In the process, he splattered urine all over the passenger seat and floorboard of Bell's cruiser.
Later, when they arrived at jail, Langford told Bell, "I might be a little drunk, but I'm not a lot of drunk," the Daily Mail reported.
The breathalyzer said otherwise: Langford blew .138 percent on one test and .141 percent on another.
Langford was booked for a misdemeanor DUI, but he was not charged for urinating all over the patrol car, The Smoking Gun reported.
He's not the first guy whose bladder got the best of him.
Back in November, Roger Alvin Henderson was pulled over by a police officer for a window tint violation and asked to get out of the car.
Then the Florida man allegedly relieved himself all over the police car when the cop's back was turned.
That same month, a Pizza Hut employee in Des Moines, Iowa, was so ticked off after being denied a tip that he allegedly pulled down his pants and urinated on the customer's front door.
Last August, New Zealand's Ryan Scott Thompson put the "wee" in "Kiwi" after urinating on 300 breathalyzer tubes during a sobriety test.