Date PostedJune 17, 2018

Police Catch Driver Seven Times Over Alcohol Limit


A motorist in WA in the town of Katanning has been charged by police after blowing nearly 7 times over the legal blood alcohol limit.

Officers in the town which is about 277km south-east of Perth posted a picture on Twitter of the driver’s alleged .334 reading.

The tweet highlighted how “unthinkable” the reading was and that the lives of others was being put at risk because of the one driver, particularly given the storms and wet roads in the area.

The driver will luckily not be allowed to drive for a while, the police said.

While we may not be driving 7 times over the limit, it’s best to completely abstain from driving when you drink.

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