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DRINK-driver Susanna Jones was caught on the road while more than three times over the limit.

Jones, 28, of Southampton Road, Park Gate, admitted driving an Audi A3 on Southampton Hill in Fareham after drinking too much on November 15.

A test revealed her breath contained 122 microgrammes of alcohol per 100 millilitres – more than three times the 35mcg legal limit.

Jones was given a curfew ordering her not to leave her home between 10pm and 6am daily for 28 days by Fareham magistrates.

She was also told to pay £85 costs, put under supervision for a year and ordered to take part in a course for drink impaired drivers for 30 sessions.

Jones was banned from driving for four years.

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