Bud Light Takes Another Loss, Costume Guy Arrested

Anheuser-Busch executives are experiencing a continuous stream of negative developments as their formerly famous stadium beer has been facing a significant decline in popularity since April 1. This is believed to be a consequence of a decision by a socially aware executive to recruit a biological male, who presents as a female in a foolish manner, to promote the beer to a younger demographic.

Things have been an absolute catastrophe ever since, and now a man in Kansas has become an online sensation for wearing a Bud Light outfit during a DUI arrest on Cinco de Mayo. Anheuser-Busch executives are eagerly anticipating Memorial Day, hoping for a break from the relentless negative attention. The losses are mounting, and it’s becoming increasingly distressing.

Sales of Budweiser and Bud Light are in a terrible state, with massive discounting taking place in Ohio. Clay Travis asserts that individuals in his affluent community wouldn’t be caught dead with a Bud Light in hand. The general public is turning away from the brand, and even the gay bars are expressing dissatisfaction with Bud Light.

To make matters worse, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office in Kansas has now done the following.

“A career in law enforcement is exciting, and you get to experience something new every day. Sometimes you see things you can’t believe!” the sheriff’s office posted on Facebook this past weekend.

“Yesterday, our deputies were notified of a possible intoxicated driver traveling northbound on Interstate 35. The vehicle was located and eventually pulled over. Deputies were surprised to see that the driver was wearing a beer can costume.

“Yes, you read that correctly. The driver was eventually placed under arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol and transported to the Franklin County Jail. As always, suspects are innocent until proven guilty.”

Of course Facebook users were quick to crack jokes about it.

“Y’all did Dylan Mulvaney dirty. Let em drive,” Ryan Ryan wrote.

“Is it really under the influence if he IS the influencer,” a lady named Hollie replied.