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Denise Crull, Drunk-Looking Florida Woman, Interviewed After Hitting A School Bus

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A bit of free legal advice from the offices of Riptide and Riptide, LLC: If you've just finished drunkenly swerving your car into a school bus full of children and someone thrusts a TV camera in your face, plead the fifth. Or walk away. Or act like you only speak Polish.

Do not - under any circumstances! -- stammer in front the camera and act like you've just finished a Power Hour. Elizabeth Denise Crull, an Orlando woman charged with DUI this weekend, did not get our memo. Click through for the video.

(Via Gawker.tv and WESH2)

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