The NFL cornerback Mike Hugues blew pieces all over his former teammate Jayron kearse‘s Mercedes while Kearse was arrested for DWI in 2019 … and the gross scene was caught on police video.
The images have just been broadcast at TMZ Sports this week … and it’s pretty nasty – showing Hughes repeatedly throwing up as cops arrest Kearse, Hughes’ Minnesota Viking-era defensive teammate, on October 27, 2019, in Minneapolis.
You can see in the video, after cops arrested Kearse for allegedly bypassing a barricade and driving illegally on a freeway closed for roadworks around 3:15 a.m., Hughes began to vomit from the backseat of Kearse’s car.
In the footage, it’s clear as day, as the cops arrested Kearse… Hughes continually opened the rear passenger door and unloaded the contents of his stomach.
The video shows cops saying they thought Hughes was screaming because he had consumed too much alcohol earlier in the evening.
Kearse, meanwhile, can be seen in footage appearing to bomb field sobriety tests … and at one point an officer says in the video that the football player also failed a breathalyzer test.
In the clip, the cops say Kearse had a blood alcohol level of 0.124, well above the legal limit of 0.08, so they arrested him – and when they returned to check Hughes in the car, they said they found a loaded gun in the vehicle under Hughes’ feet.
Luckily for Hughes, the cops say Kearse finally confessed to owning the gun without a license… so Hughes didn’t have any problems.
Kearse, however, was taken to the station and ultimately charged with five counts of misdemeanor, including DWI and possession of a pistol while under the influence of alcohol.
Kearse, 27 – who left the Vikings after the 2019 season to play for the Detroit Lions – continued to enter into a plea deal with prosecutors in the case in February 2020.
He has since signed to play for the Dallas Cowboys in 2021.
Hughes, 24, stayed with the Vikings for the 2019 and 2020 seasons after the incident … but was traded in May to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Hughes – a 1st round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft – and Kearse were teammates in Minnesota from 2018 to 2019.