HOUSTON (AP) - It was not a five-star stay for the "Trivago" spokesman who spent Wednesday night in jail.
Court records show 52-year-old Timothy Williams was arrested Wednesday afternoon in Houston and freed on $100 bond.
Houston police spokeswoman Jodi Silva said Friday that Williams was stopped in traffic and passed out with his foot on the brake. Silva says Williams, who’s from Houston, failed a field sobriety test and agreed to having blood drawn for alcohol testing. Results weren’t immediately available.
A Trivago statement Friday says the company didn’t have full details on the situation but treats such incidents very seriously and strongly condemns drinking and driving as a risk to others and against the Trivago culture.
Trivago is a hotel search service that lists price comparison, comparing and displaying offers from different booking sites.
Court records didn’t list an attorney representing Williams.