Truck driver pulled over with a recording studio in his semi
The truck driver pulled over for speeding was arrested for suspicion of DUI/Drugs.
When that beat hits you, it’s imperative to lock it down ASAP before it gets lost. Some budding producers out there seem to be taking this sentiment to the next level.
One such producer, a trucker, has his recording studio with him at all times, in his semi. This was discovered when a Washington State trooper pulled over the driver for speeding only to find his truck decked out with a fully functioning recording studio.
The mobile recording studio comes complete with a mixer, monitor, headphones, and a microphone that lowered from the ceiling of the truck.
A full blown semi party
Besides speeding, the trucker was arrested with an array of illegal party favours which can be seen in photos shared by Washington Public Information Officer Chris Thorson.
“Just when you thought you have heard it all…..Trooper Trombley stopped a semi-truck driver for speeding (17 over),” wrote Thorson. “After arresting the driver for suspicion of DUI/drugs, he found out that the suspect produces/records music while driving down the highway.”
Just when you thought you have heard it all…..Trooper Trombley stopped a semi truck driver for speeding (17 over). After arresting the driver for suspicion of DUI/drugs, he found out that the suspect produces/records music while driving down the highway. #notacceptable pic.twitter.com/QdAdj1ZS4G
— Trooper C. Thorson (@wspd3pio) February 10, 2020
One user cleverly remarked that “In several ways he had the need for speed,” with other comments asking for SoundCloud links to the Trucker’s music.
Well now the truck driver pulled over for speeding (and speeding) will have more time to dedicate to his craft.