A Gladstone P-plater pleaded guilty to drink-driving and not displaying his plates.
A Gladstone P-plater pleaded guilty to drink-driving and not displaying his plates.

Drink-driving P-plater didn’t have plates on

A GLADSTONE P-plater found himself in extra trouble when he was caught drink-driving without his plates on.

Samuel Wyatt Jackson, 20, pleaded guilty in Gladstone Magistrates Court on Monday to the offences.

On August 26, Jackson was pulled over at a static breath test site in Calliope where he told police he had consumed three pre-mix whiskey and colas before driving.

He blew 0.021.

Jackson was fined $600 and disqualified from driving for three months.

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