As this video begins, a man the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have picked up for public intoxication denies he's completely toasted.

He pleads his case using the kind of  drunk logic that includes phrases such as "brotherhood of  men on the planet Earth." It's all very entertaining to hear a clearly inebriated person deny his altered state. But it's nothing compared to what comes next.

When the drunk runs out of weird excuses, he makes like he's in 'Wayne's World' and starts to sing Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' from the back of the police cruiser.

Now, 'Bohemian Rhapsody' is a famously long song. Between about six and seven minutes long, depending on the version. And while it's true our hero doesn't quite sing for six minutes, he does carry on for a bit over five. (Granted, he didn't have anywhere else to go.)

The song and the ride to the station end at roughly the same time. "Physical violence is the least of my priorities," the Freddie Mercury wannabe tells the cop when he is about to be cuffed. We can vouch for that. This is one drunk who just wants to rock. And that's the best kind of drunk there is.

[via Ultimate Classic Rock]