HIGHWAY Patrol officers caught a drink driver four times over the limit at a random breath testing site in Dromana on Easter Saturday 16 April.
A Honda CRV with two adults and two children inside was seen pulling over just before a roadside testing site on the Nepean Highway, around 5.30pm.
Police allege the female passenger swapped seats with the male driver and then drove toward the testing site.
A preliminary breath test was conducted on the original driver, who returned a positive reading. He was taken to a nearby police station, where he returned an evidentiary breath test of 0.205.
The 39-year-old Thomastown man had his licence suspended immediately and his vehicle will be impounded.
The impound was part of the state-wide Operation Compass during the high-risk Easter holiday.
Police targeted impaired driving, speed, distraction, and fatigue in high-risk areas throughout metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria.