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Jeff —

SUBURBIA, U.S.A. (AP) - Call it a lesson learned: Friends shouldn't let friends drive the lawnmower drunk.

Jeff, 39, admitted in court he was drunk when he was stopped by police on an upstate road last July. It is Jeff's fifth drunken-driving conviction.

Jeff told Cayuga County Court Judge Peter E. Corning he drove the mower and towed a friend in an attached wagon as the pair picked up trash along the roadside.

"Which goes to prove," Corning told Jeff, "that no good deed goes unpunished."

Jeff pleaded guilty Thursday to felony drunken driving and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. When the judge asked if Jeff had a driver's license when he was arrested, Jeff answered: "I didn't think I needed one to ride a riding lawn mower."

He will be sentenced May 9.

Jeff's latest ebonic word is omelette. He used it in a sentence: "I shuda slapped da f@#k out yo a$$ 4 wut u did, but omelette dat s#$t slide."

The characters and events depicted in this biography are fictional. The characters bear no resemblance to any person living or dead.

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