A Florida man was so intoxicated that he didn’t remember crashing his car into a store earlier this week, deputies said.
Robert Johnson, 47, was allegedly speeding when he drove into a Teeki Hut in Fort Myers on Monday, WBBH reported.
Deputies told WFTX-TV that Johnson "knocked out two street signs and caused debris to fly into two nearby vehicles, as well as two pedestrians."
The debris injured the pedestrians, although the injuries didn’t appear life-threatening, WFTX reported.
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Johnson was found passed out in his car with cuts on his face and a piece of his scalp missing, WBBH reported.
He had a blood-alcohol level of .417, which is five times the legal limit and can be deadly to some, according to WBBH.
Johnson was charged with three counts of DUI.
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