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Australian Man Found Six Times Over Limit Had No Licence

A South Australian man, who hadn't held a driving licence for more than 30 years, has been booked for being nearly six times over the legal limit.

The 60-year-old Port Lincoln man allegedly registered a blood-alcohol reading of 0.292 after police stopped him on Monday evening. They also discovered his licence had expired in 1986.

The man will be summoned to appear in Port Lincoln Magistrates Court at a date to be set after police disqualified him from driving for a minimum of 12 months and impounded his car for 28 days.


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