Although Country superstar Randy Travis had been drinking, he decided to quietly sleep it off in his car, parked in a church parking lot, when Texas police officers approached the vehicle and asked him for identification. The dashcam video was acquired by KCENTV.com yesterday (see below). In it, Officer Carl Parker knocked on the window and asked Travis what was going on. Travis replied, "Oh, I was asleep." Unable to find his ID, he told the officer his name, then was asked if he'd had anything to drink. Travis politely replied, "Yes, sir, I have. But I am not driving, as you can see." The officers asked Travis to get out of the car and informed him, "Here's what's going to happen tonight. You're going to go to jail for public intoxication." Travis, astounded, replied, "Really? Are you kidding me?" When they moved him into position to handcuff him, he asked, "You fixing to put handcuffs on me, are you? Is that what you're fixing to do?" At one point, Travis mentioned that he'd had an argument with his fiancée. After arriving at the jail, Travis complained, "Yeah, put these [expletive] handcuffs on somebody who -- yeah, I'm about as threatening as a cat." Were the police out of line? If someone is intoxicated, but has decided to be responsible and sleep it off in his own vehicle, should he be arrested?