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Sunday, 16 August 2009

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LONDON (TS.com) - Pop singer, and hanger-outer for sexing in public privies, George Michael, was arrested and questioned after his Land Rover car collided with a lorry in Britain. And, just like all the times before, the singer insisted Saturday he was "stone cold sober" at the time.

Michaels collided with a tractor-trailer early Friday morning. The 46-year-old, Queen of the Road, was arrested, but not charged, and was released after spending five hours in the slam (no doubt to sober the fuck up), said the BBC.

Michael issued a press release that insisted, "Neither of us was charged because we were both stone cold sober. We both think the other is to blame so this is just an insurance fight," he said, referring to the lorry driver.

Michael was found slumped over the wheel of his car, in 2006, and was subsequently given a two-year driving ban after pleading guilty to driving while unfit through drugs.

"I don't want my fans or my family worried by what they are reading all over again."

The truck driver, Laurie Row, told the Daily Mail newspaper on Saturday:

"He (Michael) seemed completely disorientated, like he had no idea what was going on. He looked totally dazed and even tried to climb into the cab of my lorry."

"He must have mistaken the cab of the truck for a public Men's Room," an unidentified PC told TheSpoof.com.

"But we Brits love our Queens, what!"

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