A Florida woman with an open bottle of Jack Daniel’s whiskey in a bag was arrested for driving a golf cart on the state’s busiest interstate while drunk, according to an arrest report.

The 58-year-old woman was arrested one Saturday night on the shoulder of Interstate 95. She is now facing misdemeanor charges of disorderly intoxication in a public place and resisting an officer without violence.

According to a Florida Highway Patrol report, a semitruck driver spotted the woman driving in the golf cart in the center lane of Interstate 95 in Brevard County, which is the heart of Florida’s Space Coast. The truck driver advised “she observed the driver of the golf cart passing out while driving,” the report said. 

The truck driver used her semi to steer the golf cart to the shoulder of the interstate, troopers said.

Once on the shoulder, the truck driver grabbed the keys to the golf cart as the woman tried to drive away. Once troopers arrived at the scene, the woman started arguing with them and insisted she needed her bag. Inside the bag, troopers found an open bottle of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire Whiskey, authorities said.

Interstate 95, which stretches up and down the East Coast, is Florida’s busiest interstate highway, according to the Federal Highway Administration.

Ironically, in Florida, you can drive a cart on public roads with a speed limit under 25 mph if you’re at least 14 years old and traveling at least 20 mph. You must have a special license to drive over 20 mph, and the cart will have to be DMV-registered and insured. Plus, Florida allows golf cart usage between sunrise and sunset only.

You may also drive on public streets with a maximum speed limit of 35 mph in Florida during daylight hours. You may cross a highway or street at an intersection, even if you’re crossing a street whose speed limit exceeds 35 mph.