Somebody get ahold of Guinness, because this guy deserves to be in one of their books.

28-year-old Nathan Danzuka from Oregon was pulled over after a hit-and-run back in February, but when the officer asked him to get out of the car, he took off.

He didn't make it far, because half a mile down the road his truck hit a concrete barrier.

When the officers performed a BAC test, it came back saying he was at .778. That's ten times the legal limit.

For perspective, anything over .40 is considered "Potentially Fatal."

The Smoking Gun covers a lot of wild stories, and according to them, this is the highest blood-alcohol content level they've ever seen. Their previous 'record' was a gal in 2007, also from Oregon, who registered .72 after being found crashed in a snow bank.

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