A man was arrested for DWI — after driving his car 17 miles in the wrong direction on a Connecticut highway, police said.
Kory Langan, 37, was first spotted in his SUV traveling southbound in a northbound lane of I-395 around 1:31 a.m. Saturday, state police said.
Cops laid out road spikes to try to stop him after his vehicle narrowly missed several of their patrol cars.
The “stop sticks” deflated three of Langan’s tires — but his car kept going, although at a slower speed. It was finally halted when it hit the front bumper of a trooper’s vehicle, and the boozed-up motorist was busted, The Day reported.