A Louisville man is facing multiple charges after police said his car was weaving in and out of traffic on Interstate 64. According to arrest records, a police officer with a radar gun observed a vehicle speeding and driving erratically down eastbound I-64 around 2 a.m. Thursday. Police said at one point the car drove off the road before the driver corrected. According to arrest records, the officer pulled the vehicle over and asked 31-year-old Jason Kircher why he was driving that way. Police said Kircher told them he was receiving oral sex from his passenger. According to arrest records, the officer smelled alcohol on Kircher's breath and saw an open container of alcohol in the car's console. Kircher told police he had two beers at a club, according to arrest records. Police said Kircher failed several field sobriety tests. Police said his blood-alcohol level was 0.054 percent, below Kentucky's legal driving limit of 0.08 percent. Kircher is charged with careless driving, speeding and driving while intoxicated. More DUI suspect's explanation for erratic driving?