A Gladstone woman was caught drink-driving the morning after she’d been drinking.
A Gladstone woman was caught drink-driving the morning after she’d been drinking.

Night before drinks catch Gladstone driver out

A GLADSTONE woman said she had been drinking scotch and coke the night before she was caught drink-driving.

Therese Mary Aldridge, 52, was pulled over on October 4 at 10.50am, on Hampton Dr, Tannum Sands, for a random breath test.

She returning a blood alcohol content of 0.078.

Aldridge pleaded guilty in Gladstone Magistrates Court on Wednesday to drink-driving.

She was fined $500 and granted a work licence for three months.

 

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