A Honolulu judge has ruled a man can now be arrested for wearing a fake seatbelt in public in Hawaii.
Hani Hae-Pyo Lee, 27, was arrested in April after he drove his Jeep Wrangler on a highway with a broken tail light, police said.
The judge ruled Thursday that Lee, who has a prior DUI conviction, has no standing to sue the Honolulu Police Department.
Lee, who was charged with driving while intoxicated, had his license suspended for six months after pleading guilty to violating the terms of his probation.
He was fined $3,000.
He is expected to appear in court for sentencing.