Southsea driver was over the limit

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DRINK-DRIVER Toni Tisdall has been banned from getting behind the wheel.

Tisdall pleaded guilty to driving a Peugeot 308 in Union Street, Portsmouth, after drinking too much on August 6.

A test revealed her breath contained 92 microgrammes of alcohol per 100 millilitres.

The legal limit is 35mg.

Tisdall, of Worcester Close, Southsea, was banned from driving for two years by Portsmouth magistrates.

The 39-year-old must also pay £55 in court costs.

Magistrates ordered Tisdall to take part in a programme for drink-impaired drivers for 14 days.

She was put under supervision for 12 months as part of a community order.