A Pittsburgh man pleaded guilty to his 1th driving under the influence charge on Monday.
Channel 11's Alan Jennings was in court when a judge called him a "highway terrorist."
Judge David Cashman asked Richard Caporal, 58, why he was pleading guilty. Caporal responded, "Because I am, your honor."
Police records show that Caporal's 11th DUI charge came during a snowstorm in February 2010. Police reports stated that Caporal crashed into a parked car at 2 a.m. on Mount Joseph Street.
Neighbors said they heard the crash and watched as Caporal fell down repeatedly. One neighbor told police that, "It was like watching the Three Stooges." Police said Caporal's blood alcohol level at the time of the crash was 0.25 percent.
During the court hearing, the judge told Caporal that, "You are like a highway terrorist, driving drunk for decades. Well, you won't kill anyone on my watch."
Cashman reviewed Caporal's arrest record, noting that his driver's license has been suspended since 1977.Caporal is not eligible to get his license back until 2043, when he'll be 93 years old.
[H]e [received 15 years.]
Get him off the road. He's a terrorist and a menace to other drivers, pedestrians, and other living things. Keep him off the road. Caporal is a sick man. Good job, Judge Cashman.