A FRANKSTON man was found drink-driving at allegedly four times the legal limit by Mornington police, Friday morning (16 September).
The divisional van crew spotted the 41-year-old just after 2am in Hardy St, Mornington. He was intercepted and returned a positive breath test.
When tested again at the Mornington police station the man allegedly blew 0.206 per cent.
His car was impounded, his licence cancelled and he will be charged on summons with drink-driving offences.
Detective Senior Sergeant Michael Lamb described the reading as “very high”. He was concerned a person “would even consider driving when that impaired”.
“Fortunately, thanks to the diligence and alertness of the Mornington police, this drunk-driver was quickly intercepted and did not kill himself of somebody else,” Detective Lamb said.