A German man dialed up a mess of trouble when he was pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving and tried to call his lawyer . . . using the cop's breathalyzer device.
Bernhard Becker was clocked at a random checkpoint, where he was asked to blow into the blood alcohol scanner. He took the device, but began speaking into it instead, leading officers to guess that they'd made the right choice in checking him out.
A police spokesman says, "We didn't really need the reading. There aren't many sober people who'd do that."