An Oxfordshire man has extended his record of nearly falling asleep at the wheel to an impressive 36 near-sleeps on his evening commute back home.
Peter Thape (34) proudly beat his personal best on the five mile, sixty minute journey, with a series of new tactics.
Thape developed a winning combination of opening the window, screaming at himself, and biting the inside of his cheek to clinch the new title.
Thape worked cleverly through the early droopy-eye sections with an absurdly loud radio, and the application of staple removers on his thigh.
‘I arrived home at a hazy six ‘clock. I don’t know how. I remember virtually nothing of it,’ said a modest Thape.
‘Every day is a lottery. It’s just a matter of time.’ Thape added.