The woman Jim Leyritz killed when he ran a stop light in Fort Lauderdale on December 28 was more drunk than he was:
According to a toxicology report released Friday, 30-year-old Fredia Ann Veitch had a blood-alcohol level of 0.18. Florida's legal limit is 0.08. Leyritz's blood-alcohol content three hours after the crash was 0.14 percent . . . "It doesn't affect the cause of the crash because he ran a red light," Assistant State Attorney Stefanie Newman said. Leyritz's attorney, Mike Dutko, said the information could change the way the prosecution proceeds. "Pre-crash conditions and circumstances become terribly, terribly relevant," Dutko said. "There's a lot that needs to be investigated, analyzed and evaluated here."
One would think Florida's legal limit would be higher, so it could blame its flaccid wang appearance on all the booze. And if Leyritz's attorney had two different vowels in his last name, he could suggest a drug to combat Florida's impotence. And if you'd stop ridiculing me, maybe I could fucking perform. I'm Irish, I'm going to have whiskey-dick once in a while, you bloody harpy! -KD