A man in Louisiana is accused of driving drunk to a police station to file an accident report, according to Fox News.

Authorities claim Patrick Ruffner, 31, called police on Saturday around 3 a.m. after he was involved in a hit-and-run crash on Interstate 10 in Baton Rouge. Ruffner was told to go to the Troop A headquarters to file an official report.

When he arrived at the station and got out of his SUV, Trooper Jared Sandifer smelled alcohol and issued a field sobriety test and a breath test.

After determining Ruffner was intoxicated, he was booked in jail for driving with a suspended license and first-offense DWI.

On Monday, he remained in East Baton Rouge Parish Jail with bond set at $1,000. It is not clear if Ruffner has an attorney.

Earlier this month, a Chicago man was arrested after driving drunk to a police station, where he got into a physical altercation with his girlfriend and resisted arrest.

Vance Nono, 51, had been celebrating his birthday before driving home with his 46-year-old girlfriend, who he hit in the face and chest, according to NBC News.

Eventually, Nono arrived at the police station in Riverside where he and his girlfriend continued to fight in the lobby.

Once authorities began questioning him, he resisted and had to be subdued. Additionally, one officer was injured during the incident.

He was charged with domestic battery, battery to a police officer, resisting a police officer and DUI, and cited for improper lane usage, following too closely, and no proof of insurance, according to police. He was booked in jail and held on $12,000 bond.

This was not Nono's first run-in with the law. Authorities said he had previous charges resulting from battery, theft, fighting with police, and traffic offenses.