A drunk Canadian dude was recently charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle after he was found driving a lawn mower down a road leading to the Trans-Canada Highway. CBC News reports that the 41-year-old man informed the Mounties he was heading to a gas station to buy cigarettes and figured it was "responsible" to ride his lawn mower instead of a car. He also had a 39-year-old female passenger. While lawn mowers are not specifically mentioned in Manitoba's Highway Traffic Act, they are not allowed on streets or highways. The man is schedule to appear in Winnipeg court on August 23.