A 22-year-old Australian man by the name of Milo Wild -- which sounds like the name of an animated kangaroo character in a Disney movie about Australia -- decided he'd rather serve time in the klink than give up booze for two years.
But before we go any further, check out what he did to get the arrested in the first place. Via HuffPo:
The 22-year-old was arrested last April after he exposed himself, threw urine at park rangers and generally wreaked havoc at Litchfield National Park on Anzac Day, a national day of remembrance for the army corps of Australia and New Zealand.
Sorry for partying? I dunno, it sounds a little messed up. As I understand it, Milo's antics are basically the Australian equivalent of getting drunk and going streaking through Arlington National Cemetery on November 11th. Turns out Milo earned a little bit of a reputation around town after that little incident, making the front page of a local newspaper. Via NT News:
He was slapped with a court order to complete 120 hours of community service and not drink alcohol for two years. But then this happened:
After police spotted him at a pub in Darwin Saturday, the 22-year-old was hauled back into court, where his attorney said that Wild preferred jail time over the alcohol ban, NT News reports.
And he's perfectly fine with going to jail. What would you do, Bro?
[H/T: Huffington Post]