A suspected drink-driver was rescued from a vehicle he had flipped onto its side only to wet himself in a police patrol car.
The ungrateful motorist was rescued by police and passers-by when his VW Up failed to negotiate a junction in Sale and ended on its side.
He was escorted into a patrol car only to urinate in the rear of the vehicle, Manchester Evening News reported.
The suspected drink-driver, who was Breathalyzed at twice the driving limit, then tried to blame Greater Manchester Police officers for his lack of self-control.
No other vehicles were involved in the crash, which took place shortly before 6pm this evening.
The driver was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving and taken to Wythenshawe Hospital as a precaution, although he refused treatment.
On a local police run Facebook page a force spokesperson described how the incident unfolded.
They said: "Numerous officers attended and witnessed the VW Up-side down with the sole male occupant struggling to exit the car.
"Officers were assisted by members of the public who was helping to try and free the driver who did not understand instructions.
"It was clear why the accident occurred when the male was out of the car due to the strong smell of alcohol."
Once the man was out of the overturned vehicle, he was helped to the police car.
"The driver was placed in the rear of a police vehicle after being assisted to walk, whilst in the rear of the car the male decided to urinate, which he blamed on the police," the spokesperson continued.
"The male blew more than two times the drink driving limit providing a reading of 79, the limit is 35."