Sunday is one of the most anticipated games of the year, the Super Bowl and you don't want a win for your team to turn into a nightmare for you.
Roanoke County Police Department along with other law enforcement in the area have zero tolerance policy when it comes to drinking and driving this weekend.
"I'm will be at home with my kids and we're making hot wings."
Super Bowl Sunday is as famous for its social drinking as it is for the game itself and people are excited for both.
"It's one of the biggest times to really drink," said Anthony Jones. "I used to work for a beer company and that was one of the busiest times of the year."
"I drink every chance I can at the Super Bowl," Roanoke resident, "Sly" told WDBJ7.
"Everybody's going to be getting drunk"
Police know that and that's why they've put a zero tolerance policy in place and want people to remember the sobering reality of drinking and driving.
Sgt. Wyatt warns, 'they may end up in the back of a police car, they may end up in a cab if they choose, but if not, and they may end up in an ambulance or in the back of a hearse."