Consuming alcohol is very common nowadays. Alcohol consumption has been associated with a wide range of objectives, including enhancing sociability, gaining power, getting away from problems, getting inebriated, having fun, or performing rituals.
Something similar happened when the CFO of Tyson Foods and great-grandson of the company's founder, John R. Tyson, was arrested in Arkansas when a woman saw him on her bed and contacted the police. He was accused of criminal trespass and intoxication in public.
According to various media sources, the chief financial officer of a US-based meat processing company was detained on Sunday after he allegedly entered an unidentified woman's home while intoxicated and passed out on her bed.
As per reports, the woman called the Fayetteville police early on Sunday morning. After she arrived home to find an odd man sleeping in her bed and his clothes on the floor.
Officers attempted to rouse up 32-year-old Tyson upon their arrival, but he was "unable to react audibly." He sat up groggily, then dropped back into the bed, dozing off once more. His "lethargic and uncoordinated" movement, as well as the scent of alcohol on his breath and body, were noted by the police.
Tyson was accused and freed on a $415 bond; he is scheduled to appear in court on December 1.
Tyson Foods cited the incident as a "personal problem" and declined to comment on it.
Later on, Mr. Tyson apologized for his behavior and stated that he will reflect on his behavior.
According to CDC, chronic illnesses and other grave issues, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, liver disease, and digestive issues, can develop over time as a result of heavy alcohol consumption.
So, before consuming alcohol, think twice because the fun may turn into woe.