Havant motorist was three times the drink-drive limit

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MOTORIST Pauline Daniels was caught behind the wheel more than three times the drink-drive limit.

Daniels pleaded guilty to driving a Toyota Rav 4 in Eastern Road, Portsmouth, after drinking too much on October 16.

A test revealed her breath contained 112 microgrammes of alcohol per 100 millilitres.

The legal alcohol limit for driving is 35mcg.

Daniels, from Chestnut Avenue, Havant, was given a curfew ordering her not to leave her home between 10pm and 6am daily for six weeks by Portsmouth magistrates.

The curfew will be monitored with an electronic tag.

Magistrates decided not to impose a fine on the 38-year-old.

However Daniels must pay £85 in court costs.

And she was banned from driving for two years.

However the ban could be reduced by six months if she successfully completes a government-approved driving course by February 24 nest year,

Daniels must pay a £195 fee to take part in the course.

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