A College Station man was arrested this weekend after police officers allegedly found him passed out in his car -- in the middle of the road. Luckily, the man was not harmed in the incident, but he has now been charged with DWI.

According to the College Station Police Department, officers were called to the intersection of F&B Road and Harvey Mitchell Parkway around 2:30 a.m. Sunday. There, they claim to have found the 33-year-old man unconscious behind the wheel of his truck.

Because the truck was on, the officers parked a patrol car in front of the vehicle. When the man came to, he took his foot off the brake. Apparently, the patrol vehicle stopped the truck from going any further, but the police report makes no mention of damage to the vehicle, so it doesn't seem he was trying to flee.

Police say the man yelled obscenities at the officers and refused to stop talking on his cell phone, so he has also been charged with resisting arrest. He was taken to the Brazos County Jail where he remained as of Monday.

Police have made no public mention of what it was that led them to believe the man was intoxicated

Although DWI and resisting arrest charges are not good things to have happen to you, at least this man was not harmed. If he really was unconscious in the middle of the road, then he was really putting himself at risk for serious harm.

Source: The Bryan-College Station Eagle, "Police: Man charged with DWI after falling asleep behind the wheel," June 4, 2012