Ouch, we don't want to be Father Ignatius Kury on Sunday morning.
The inebriated priest was picked up by Ohio cops after wrecking his car while driving under the influence; his level of intoxication measured at three times the legal limit.
After bringing the disoriented priest to the station, the officers handcuffed him in a holding cell. At that point, Kury took the opportunity to demand to be released and offered the police a few, well, "favors" in return for being let go. When that failed, he moved on to threatening them with a visit from Oprah Winfrey, and finally, realizing you catch more flies with honey, regaled his captors with a mangled rendition of the "Star Spangled banner."
File this one under, "Did that really just happen?"