Country singer Randy Travis certainly had an evening of it in Texas on Tuesday.
Before being picked up by the police on a DWI charge, Travis allegedly walked into a convenience store completely unclothed and asked for cigarettes, according to a 911 call made by a clerk.
According to the Grayson County Sheriff's Department, Travis was taken into custody early Wednesday morning following a single-car crash. The report says he refused blood and breathalyzer tests, even though cops noticed a strong odor of alcohol and other indications of intoxication.
Police said Travis threatened to shoot and kill the troopers arresting him. He was charged with retaliation, a felony.
Travis was booked and held overnight, then released Wednesday after posting a total of $21,500 bond, $20,000 of which was for the felony charge. He left the jail barefoot and wearing a paper jail suit.