Cops: Drunk N.J. man stole bulldozer for ride home

Man told police he was cold, trying to get home to Newark at the


Well here's one way to get home from the bar.

A drunk New Jersey man is accused of stealing a bulldozer, telling police he was cold and trying to get home to Newark.

Christopher Russell, 30, left a path of destruction in his wake. The bulldozer leveled signs, three benches, a tree and a drinking fountain while leaving a maze of destructive tracks in the grass of West Hudson Park, the Jersey Journal reported.

Russell now faces charges of d riving while intoxicated, criminal mischief, leaving the scene of an accident and theft of the bulldozer.