Drunk 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Singer Dresses As Viking In Court

Internet sensation wears Norse helmet to court hearing.

Drunk 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Singer Dresses As Viking In Court
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Earlier in the year, we reported about an arrested drunk guy who became a YouTube sensation thanks to his rendition of "Bohemian Rhapsody" in the back of a police car. Now, that individual is back in the public eye after showing up to the court hearing for his DUI charge dressed... as a Viking. Robert Wilkinson, the Alberta based star of the video, attended court wearing a Viking helmet, complete with horns, sunglasses and a NASA t-shirt reading "I need my space." Wilkinson was without a defense lawyer, and chose to defend himself on the grounds that his arrest was a violation of charter rights. Needless to say, he didn't win the case. He has been fined $1,400 and prohibited from driving for one year. We wonder if Wilkinson's defense was similar to the tirade that he gave the cops before bursting into song: "I have done nothing wrong, even the situation where you grabbed me has nothing to do with being sort of intoxicated, as you proclaim. I didn't see that I was intoxicated when you grabbed me. I have an ear, arrrooogreeaah, but it doesn't even matte."

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    SweetyBoii
    He's such a poor boy,nobody loves him.
    Dude475
    Oh mama mia mama mia LET HIM GO!!!
    sonofgkex
    What do you mean he doesn't support your system? He goes to court when he has to.
    tmiam0720
    Though I do appreciate the Megadeth referance, I don't think it fits here.
    IrishConnor1994
    He said that his charter of rights was violated, so maybe he'll sing something off "The System Has Failed" next xD
    jannick
    i hate drunk driving. putting yourself behind a wheel intoxicated is playing russian roulette with other peoples lives. now all that aside. this guy is hilarious. although kind of a media-slut...
    Izzy-Sweet
    This man is a f*cking hero! I mean sure, he drank and drove, we get that, but going to court in a Viking helmet? Glorious.
    roarinflames
    if i had to pick a way to prolong my 15 minutes of fame, im pretty sure a viking helmet wouldnt be one of my options
    ToastWizard
    Robby ain't need no car, haha. I've had the(dis?)pleasure of meeting him a few times and he just rides a bike everywhere anyways.