Source: An 18-year-old Pennsylvania Amish man is charged with drunk driving after state police stopped the buggy he was driving while two of his four passengers rode on the roof, according to multiple reports. Robert Miller, of Punxsutawney, and his four friends were also cited for underage drinking. The friends ranged in age from 16 to 20 years old,according to The Associated Press. The legal drinking age in Pennsylvania is 21. Police said all five people arrested had alcohol with them when police stopped their buggy last month for a safety issue. According to WJAC, Miller was stopped July 8 in Indiana County for a safety issue after someone spotted him driving with people on the roof.
Better call Tony Salerno!! This poor kid’s Horse and Buggy insurance rates are about to go through the roof that he built with his bare hands. Was gonna go check out this kid’s Facebook page and couldn’t find anything. Then I was like, oh yea, he’s Amish. They don’t have Facebook pages. Just handcrafted wooden dining room tables that will last you a lifetime.
I honestly didn’t even know the Amish could get arrested for this. I thought they were immune to everything except for murder and the really big stuff. You kind of have to give them a pass. They don’t understand what laws are. They don’t drive cars so they probably have no concept of drinking and driving. The worst thing they can do while they’re drunk is milk a cow.
Honestly though, this is the best thing that ever happened to Robert, Herschberg, and Ezekial. They just upped their Amish street cred ten fold. You have to figure that the freaky Amish girls are just dying to find a bad boy. Now they’ve got five of them getting wasted on homemade hooch and driving around drunk on top of a horse buggy. These people will be Amish legends for years to come. Unfortunately for them the women probably don’t get to choose their husbands so their only hope of getting lucky is exile to Philadelphia.
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