It went from bad, to worse, to even worse for a man who was stopped by Seville police.
Seville police tell the story on the department's Facebook page.
The driver was parked in a handicapped parking spot - and admitted to police to not being handicapped.
The driver handed over - a suspended driver's license, and police say the car's plates didn't match the car because another driver threw them away months ago.
The car was being readied for tow when Seville police noticed a small bag they say contained crack cocaine.
Oh, and the driver smelled of alcohol, and field tested to a blood alcohol level of .176.
Sevillle police say he'll face a laundry list of charges out of all of that, and the grand jury would have to charge him for crack cocaine possession.
On the Web: Seville Police Department (Facebook), https://www.facebook.com/SevillePoliceDepartment