G. McConway
September 14, 2023

'Pawn Stars' Corey Harrison Arrested

There is more trouble for one of the stars of the reality show, "Pawn Stars."

Corey "Big Hoss" Harrison was put in cuffs on September 8 in Las Vegas.

Harrison was reportedly arrested for a DUI, reported the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Big Dummy

Forgive me if I do not have empathy for these people who get behind the wheel of their car after drinking when they have plenty of means for other transportation.

Hell, I am no big star and I Uber and make my friends Uber whenever we are headed out for drinks. There is just too much to lose, not to mention your life, the lives of your passengers, and anyone you may hit, to get behind the wheel.

Harrison, 40, was driving a white Ford pickup that was reportedly weaving all over the road and into the bicycle lane around 2 a.m.

When police pulled him over, Harrison used the excuse that his truck has a tendency to pull the right, trying to explain veering into the bike lane.

Officers stated that his eyes were bloodshot, watery, and droopy.

The responding officer wrote, “I advised Harrison I believed he was under the influence of alcohol and requested he provide a blood or breath sample.

“He at first said he should probably ask for his lawyer.”

As you can see from his mug shot, he does not exactly look like someone who has his wits about himself…

Harrison told a local Vegas outlet, “I suck at playing Simon Says.

“You’re obviously nervous every time you get pulled over. It’s not a normal thing for me. It’s, stand on this leg, stand on that leg, walk in a straight line.

"I felt I passed it. But the test is meant for you to fail, no matter what.

“I’m like, you’re giving me a field sobriety test? How about, give me a breathalyzer and let’s cut the (BS) out.

"(The officer) said it was broken. But I’m like, amongst the four police officers that were here, there wasn’t one breathalyzer?

"After pulling me over suspecting I’ve been drinking? I would have definitely called for a vehicle with one."

Harrison further stated that he would be hiring an attorney to fight the charges.

I am sure the officers had their bodycams on, so it will be interesting to see those videos.

If he is right and wrongly accused, I hope he beats the charges. If not, he deserves whatever the judge throws at him.

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