Inglewood Police have charged the man.
Inglewood Police have charged the man. Paul Donaldson BUN120617POL2

Police warn motorists about driving the morning after

POLICE have warned motorists not to assume they are under the legal blood alcohol level the morning after having a few drinks.

A 58-year-old Brisbane man will front Warwick Magistrates Court on March 28 after failing a random breath test at Inglewood on Sunday afternoon.

Inglewood police said the man had driven from Thallon after drinking the day before.

"He miscalculated he was right to drive,” police said.

"Drivers are warned not to drive for at least 24 hours after a big night.”

The man was pulled over for a random breath test in Albert St, Inglewood, at 1pm Sunday and registered a blood alcohol reading of .053.



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