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Charles Barkley's run-in with the law has landed him in foul territory.
The outspoken NBA analyst was sentenced to 10 days in jail Monday after pleading guilty to driving under the influence for his Dec. 31 arrest in Scottsdale, Ariz.
He'll only have to spend five days behind bars, however, if he completes an alcohol-education program. A $2,000 fine was also levied at him for the incident. He's due to start serving his sentence by March 21.
Barkley was arrested at about 1:30 a.m. after running a stop sign. He refused to take a breath test at the scene, but was apparently more than happy to inform his arresting officers that he'd been in such a hurry because he was on his way to get oral sex.
After a two-month, network-imposed hiatus, the brash former baller was back at his post on TNT's Inside the NBA Thursday, where he apologized—bluntly, as always—for his behavior.