DRINK-driver Garth Waterman was caught behind the wheel while more than four times the legal alcohol limit.
The 39-year-old pleaded guilty to driving a vehicle in Waterworks Road, Portsmouth, after drinking too much on May 13.
A test revealed his breath contained 141 microgrammes of alcohol per 100 millilitres.
The legal limit is 35mg. Waterman was given a community order stating that he must take part in a drink-impaired drivers programme for 22 days in the next year by Portsmouth magistrates.
Waterman is under supervision for 12 months and was ordered to pay £85 in court costs.
Magistrates banned him from getting behind the wheel for two years.
The ban could be reduced by six months on the condition that he completes a government-approved driving course by November 5 next year.