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Report: 2 Oklahoma State Football Players Fell Asleep In A Whataburger Drive-Thru, Got Arrested

Sometimes, the late-night trip to the fast food drive-thru just isn't worth it. 

Early Sunday morning, two Oklahoma State football players - cornerback Juwan Offray and wide receiver Jhajuan Seales - were in line at a Whataburger drive-thru. They fell asleep and were found by police at about 4 a.m. The two Cowboys were then arrested for misdemeanor public intoxication, while Offray was also given a complaint of hampering an officer.

">@billhaisten, can confirm that #OKstate WR Jhajuan Seales and CB Juwan Offray arrested early Sunday pic.twitter.com/kLgNxGHubf

— Kyle Fredrickson (@kylefredrickson)

First reported by @billhaisten, can confirm that #OKstate WR Jhajuan Seales and CB Juwan Offray arrested early Sunday pic.twitter.com/kLgNxGHubf

— Kyle Fredrickson (@kylefredrickson) October 20, 2014

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From a report by the Tulsa World

The police report indicated that Seales, a 20-year-old sophomore wide receiver from Port Arthur, Texas, was the driver of a 2014 Ford Focus. The passenger reportedly was Juwan Offray, an 18-year-old freshman cornerback from New Orleans.

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After arriving at the restaurant, two officers report having seen two men asleep in the front seats of the car, which, according to the police report, was running and in drive with Seales’ foot on the brake.

“Both males were totally asleep and oblivious to anything going on around them,” one of the officers stated in the report.

The police report indicates that the officers awakened Seales and Offray by knocking on the car windows. Seales and Offray “seemed very lethargic and confused” and “their eyes were red and watery with a glassy appearance,” the report states.

The arrests came roughly 10 hours after Oklahoma State fell to TCU, 42-9. The Cowboys host West Virginia Saturday. Oklahoma State has not yet publicized the football status of Seales and Offray. 

Seales has scored three touchdowns and averaged 18.2 yards per catch, while Offray is a back-up at cornerback. 

[Tulsa World]