Just two months after getting his drivers license back, singer George Michael was busted in the wee hours Saturday morning on suspicion of DUI.
The Freedom singer was held for almost five hours at a police station in Berkshire, a suburb of London, for crashing his Range Rover into a truck from behind.
"He hit me so hard that I knocked my rear axle two feet up in the air," said truck diver Laurie Rowe to the UK's Daily Mail.
"He looked totally dazed and even tried to climb into the cab of my truck. He kept saying he was worried he would go to jail," Rowe added.
In 2006, Michael was discovered intoxicated at the wheel of a parked Mercedes, to which he later admitted to abusing prescription drugs and being "unfit" to drive. His license was revoked and the star plead down to 100 hours of community service.
The Daily Mail was told that Michael's arrest was "rubbish," by his official spokesperson, yet the mouthpiece declined to comment further.