A WARWICK man told Magistrate Anne Thacker he wasn't drunk, despite blowing 0.125.
Darren Roy Webster pleaded guilty to his drink driving charge, but proceeded to tell the court he "didn't even feel tipsy”.
"I wasn't even drunk or nothing,” he said.
Magistrate Thacker quipped back at the Webster, giving him a quick education on alcohol.
"0.1 is drunk... I don't know what your definition of drunk is,” she said.
"Anything over 0.1 it starts to seriously impact your ability to drive a motor vehicle."
Police pulled over Webster on Pratten St at 9pm August 24.
He admitted to police he had been drinking at a local pub, and blew 0.125 when breath tested.
"(That reading) is totally unacceptable,” Magistrate Thacker said.
Webster was fined $800 and disqualified from driving for six months.