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DRINK-DRIVER James Tyler has been banned from the roads.

Tyler pleaded guilty to driving a van in Raymond Road, Paulsgrove, Portsmouth, after drinking too much on December 13.

A test revealed his breath contained 55 microgrammes of alcohol per 100 millilitres.

The legal limit is 35 mcg.

Tyler, also of Raymond Road, Paulsgrove, was fined £100 by Portsmouth magistrates.

The 55-year-old was also told to pay £15 into a fund for crime victims and banned from driving for a year.

However, the ban could be reduced by three months on the condition that Tyler completes a government-approved driving course by August 3.

He must pay £195 to take part in the course.

Magistrates made no order for costs.