Teenager held drink-driving wearing propagandize uniform
May 10, 2015 - School Uniform
A TEENAGE drink-driver, who available a blood ethanol reading of 0.107%, has been fined $750 and unfit from pushing for 12 months.
Fletcher Alexander James Stafford, 17, pleaded guilty in a Rockhampton Magistrates Court on Friday to drink-driving.
The justice listened Stafford was dressed in his propagandize uniform during a time of a offence.
He was reversing a automobile in a automobile park off Carlton St on Apr 21 in Rockhampton when found by police.
Stafford certified to celebration a night before though he pronounced it had been about 6 hours given his final drink.
Magistrate Michael O’Driscoll reminded him that as a P-plater he was not authorised any ethanol in his system.
“At your age, it is a concern,” Mr O’Driscoll said.