Seen here looking suspiciously unemployed, Robert Wilkinson, the man who sang Bohemian Rhapsody in its entirety in the back of a cop car after being arrested for a DUI, shows off his court outfit. I'm not sure who the hell his stylist is, but my guess is weed.
Wilkinson had no defence lawyer and represented himself at trial but failed to convince the court the arrest was a violation of his Charter rights.
He arrived at the court building wearing sunglasses, a Viking helmet complete with horns and a NASA T-shirt proclaiming: "I need my space."
Robert Wilkinson will have to pay a $1,400 fine and will be prohibited from driving for one year.
Wilkinson said his brief bout with fame didn't change his life much.
The unemployed karaoke singer said he received $1,000 from the American cable network TrueTV so it could air the video on its show World's Dumbest Criminals.
AHAHAHAHAHA, when your job description is being reported as "unemployed karaoke singer," that's when you know you've hit rock bottom. I'm joking, brobro is clearly LIVING THE DREAM. I don't know about you, but I would kill to be an unemployed karaoke singer. You want me to stab a neighbor? I'll stab a neighbor.
Hit the jump for the video just in case you never saw it the first time.
Thanks to Marta, who informed me she lives in the same town as Robert and is looking forward to him not driving for the next year but is hoping he can still catch a ride to karaoke.