A Wilton man is facing a number of charges after allegedly rear ending a car, failing field sobriety tests and having a loaded handgun in his pocket. Wilton Police say 37-year old Michael Corsi sped in his Ferrari past an unmarked police cruiser and skidded into another car shortly before 2am yesterday. His blood alcohol content was more than twice the legal limit. Officers found a loaded 32-caliber gun in his back pocket. In addition to the DUI and gun possession charge, Corsi was cited for failure to drive in the established lane and following too close. He was released on bond for a court appearance May 25th.