He was moooo'vinMake no mi-steak Wellington Highway Patrol members were udderly disappointed when they nabbed a probationary driver over the limit and… Make no mi-steak Wellington Highway Patrol members were udderly disappointed when they nabbed a probationary driver over the limit and speeding in Stratford last night.
Members came across the erratic driver along the Princes Highway, when they were out on patrol following up a report that a cow was on the road, between Stratford and Munro.
The 20-year-old P2 probationary driver was allegedly detected travelling 128km/h in a 100km/h zone beef-ore he was intercepted.
The Maffra man returned a positive preliminary breath test and was taken back to a local police station where he furnished an evidentiary breath test result of .098 per cent.
Further enquiries made by police revealed the man’s licence was suspended.
He is expected to be charged on summons with exceeding the prescribed concentration of alcohol, exceeding the limit and drive whilst suspended.
Leading Senior Constable Julie-Anne Newman
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