Early Sunday morning, the Oscar nominated actor was arrested while slowly cruising through downtown Stockholm -- in a golf cart. When the po-po pulled him over, they reportedly smelled booze.
"He refused to blow in the (breath test) instrument, citing American legislation," Stockholm police Detective-Inspector Christer Holmlund told The Associated Press. "So we applied the old method -- a blood test. It will take 14 days before the results are in."
The avid golfer, who had been at a golf tournament in Sweden, then signed a document admitting he was driving under the influence, and agreed to let a police officer plead guilty for him if the case goes to court. Then he was let go. He'll only be charged if the test results prove he exceeded the legal limit.
Sounds like he really shanked it.