A Darwin man who insisted police breath test him to prove to his boss that he was not drunk has been arrested for drink driving. Police say the 34 year old delivery driver was sacked on Australia Day morning, when his boss accused him of being drunk on the job. Duty Superintendent Louise Jorgensen says he then turned up at a police station demanding a breath test, at the suggestion of his union.
"We advised him that we didn't want to get involved in a civil dispute between him and his employer," Duty Superintendent Jorgensen said.
"Anyway he insisted that he have a breath test. He had actually driven to the police station.
"That breath test proved positive and he was arrested for drink driving. "He was subject to a breath analysis and the breath analysis resulted in a reading of 0.53 per cent which is just above the legal limit.
"When we conducted investigations into his driver's licence we found that it had been suspended in December." Police say his licence had been cancelled by the Fines Recovery Unit.
Weekend is here again. Weather's steamy the men are not. Out and about tomorrow night so keep your finger's crossed. Have an awesome weekend. Mine's spent preparing an entry on Jesus knows what for a nine part challenge on The Tenth Daughter of Memory.
If you're up to it . . party hard or go home.
Sorry the vid's not totally relevant but who doesn't like Den?