Following an arrest Sunday evening, an Iowa City transient has managed to snag four public intoxication charges in the span of about six months, according to Iowa City police.
Officers responded Sunday to reports of a man acting “loud” and “obnoxious” outside of the Robert A. Lee Community Recreation Center shortly after 5 p.m. Recreation center staff identified the subject and told police that he had been arguing with several of their patrons.
The man, 44-year-old Suilman Hduale, blew a .362 BAC — a level of intoxication where coma and death are possible — and was subsequently transported to University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics for treatment, police say. He was later released, moved to a jail cell and charged with public intoxication with repeated prior convictions — an aggravated misdemeanor.
Hduale, whose charge is currently pending, was previously found guilty of public intoxication on August 12, November 26 and December 5 in 2013. He is, quite possibly, the drunkest man in the world.