A University of Iowa student who attempted to enter the field during Saturday's football game reportedly had a blood alcohol content of .341 at the time of her arrest.
Samantha Goudie, 22, was one of 40 arrested on Saturday during Iowa’s game against Northern Illinois. According to a campus police report, security guards stopped Goudie as she attempted to run out onto the field.
“Goudie, Samantha Lynne, 22 of Iowa City, IA for Public Intox at Kinnick Stadium at 1321 hours. Goudie was stopped for trying to enter the field. Goudie was unsteady on her feet. Goudie blew .341 PBT,” the campus police report says.
In other words, Goudie was arrested for her attempted antics and charged with public intoxication. When campus police administered a breathalyzer test, the college senior blew a .341—more than four times the legal driving limit. To put that number in perspective, BAC levels of.35 can produce results “similar to the physical effects of surgical anesthesia.”
Still, the arrest for public intoxication and dangerous levels of alcohol consumption didn’t seem to upset Goudie. The 22-year-old’s Twitter handle was “@Vodka_samm” before she deleted the account at some point over the weekend. However, Deadspin managed to post several of Goudie’s tweets that related to her arrest.
“Just went to jail #yolo,” Goudie wrote after her arrest. “I'm going to get .341 tattooed on me because its [sic] so epic.”
Goudie did seem to take exception to those who posted insulting messages regarding her .341 BAC. “Ive gotten so many hate tweets because I was drunk...uh I get good grades sorry for being like every other college student [sic],” she wrote. Goudie also noted that she “was not trying to enter the game,” despite the campus police report that claimed she was trying to run onto the field.
Tom Barrabi is a reporter for the International Business Times. He graduated from Fairfield University in 2011, and has also written for Men's Fitness, Complex, GuySpeed, and...