Two Oklahoma State football players were arrested early Sunday morning after allegedly falling asleep at the wheel in the drive-thru of a fast-food restaurant, according to a report.
Redshirt sophomore receiver Jhajuan Seales and true freshman cornerback Juwan Offray were arrested on complaints of public intoxication after allegedly being found asleep in a car in the drive-thru lane of a local Whataburger at 4 a.m. on Sunday morning, according to a story on the Tulsa World's website.
According to the police report attained by the Tulsa World, Seales was allegedly asleep at the wheel with his foot on the brake while Offray was in the passenger seat when Stillwater, Oklahoma, police arrived.
The police report indicated that Seales and Offray "seemed very lethargic and confused" after they were awakened and one officer reported a "strong odor associated with an alcoholic beverage coming from the car."
Offray was also cited for hampering an officer after reportedly giving a false name initially before admitting his real name at the Stillwater jail following his arrest.
Seales, a starter, is the Cowboys' fifth-leading receiver with 13 receptions for 236 yards and three touchdowns this season. Offray is a backup cornerback who has recorded three tackles in 2014.