Fargo Man Arrested for Allegedly Driving Zamboni Drunk on the Job

Steven Anderson was arrested after erratic driving at a high school hockey game

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A man was arrested in Fargo, North Dakota, Friday night for allegedly driving a Zamboni while intoxicated.

Spectators called the cops after they noticed Steven Anderson driving erratically during a girls high school hockey game at the South Arena, the Grand Forks Herald reports.

He was arrested on suspicion of DUI. “I’ve been here for 22 years and we have not had an incident like this before,” Jim Larson, director of finance and human resources for the Fargo Park District, told the paper.

Thankfully, no one was injured. Anderson has since been fired from his part-time job, Larson told KFGO.

“I don’t want to in any way dismiss how serious this is,” Larson added to the Herald. “We’ll review the situation to determine how this happened and what we can do to make it even more fool proof.”

This is Anderson’s second DUI arrest in two months. He previously pleaded guilty to a DUI charge in December and was sentenced to 20 hours of community service and fined $1,000, court records show.

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