A 36-year-old Perth woman who only just got her licence back on Tuesday after losing it over a drink driving charge back in January… lost it again the very next day for blowing a record breath test.
Northam Police tweeted about it on Wednesday.
“[In] Jan 2019, this person lost their licence for drink driving,” it read.
“Yesterday, they got their licence back, only to lose it today by blowing a record of 0.302….”
The tweet included the shocking breath test result.
Jan 2019 this person lost their licence for drink driving. Yesterday they got their licence back, only to lose it today by blowing a record of 0.302…. #dontdrinkanddrive #whatyoublowiswhatyougo #northampolice #fb pic.twitter.com/9JEvU08WHa
— Northam Police (@NorthamPol) November 6, 2019
Police confirmed to WSFM that the woman was charged with driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and is due to appear in the Northam Magistrates Court later this month.
The blood alcohol limit is 0.05, except for P-platers, which is zero.