Drunk Hérault man breathalysed twice in two hours


A motorist from Hérault was stopped twice in less than two hours on Sunday.

The 26 year old man was stopped and breathalysed at 7:30am in Saint-Jean-de-Védas.  He was found to be over the limit, and his licence was taken off him by police.  Two hours later, he was found to be still driving, this time on the A9 in Gard.  The drunk man drove into a side wall on the A9, and came to a stop.

Gard police breathalysed him, and he was again found to be over the limit.

He was immediately taken into custody. Fortunately, no other vehicles were involved in the accident.

Source: Midi Libre