If you're going to fail a sobriety test, you might as well do so with panache, as one man in Christchurch, New Zealand did:
After Thompson recorded a breath-alcohol reading of 1137mcg/L at the police station, a police officer was completing paperwork when he heard the sound of running water, according to the summary of facts.
He turned to see Thompson, still seated, urinating into a box of breath screening tubes. Thompson continued urinating despite repeated demands to stop.
Thompson lost his license for nine months and was fined for damage to the breathalyzer equipment.