Bill Murray insists he wasn't drunk driving when Swedish police stopped him in a golf buggy.
The 'Caddyshack' star insists he was sober and just "dropping people home" from a party when he was detained by police and given a blood test in Stockholm last month.
Speaking at the Venice Film Festival, Murray said: "The policemen asked me to come over and they assumed that I was drunk and I explained that I was a golfer."
"I had been playing in a tournament, and hitched a ride to a post-event party in a golf cart."
"When no-one wanted to drive home, I volunteered. I ended up stopping and dropping people off on the way like a bus. I had about six people in the thing and I dropped them off one at a time."
The 56-year-old actor was confronted by police when he dropped off one of his passengers at a 7-Eleven store.
Murray added: "I didn't even know they had 7-Elevens in Stockholm."
Police claimed he had been driving "erratically" and he was given a blood test after refusing to be breathalyzed.
He will face drunk driving charges if tests show his blood alcohol level exceeded the legal limit.