Ontario police arrested a driver at a traffic stop on Monday after seeing dozens of empty beer cans filling the car’s passenger seat and footrest.

Police charged the 61-year-old driver with driving under the influence, eight driving-related suspensions, property obtained by crime, and violations of the Highway Traffic Act.

“Sometimes we get asked ‘why do you conduct RIDE programs during the day?’ – this is why,” the social media post read.

Police made the arrest during a “Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere” (RIDE) traffic stop in Grey County, just about a two-hour drive from Toronto.