Williams, pleaded guilty to drink driving as a provisional licence holder and breaching a late-night driving restriction.
Williams, pleaded guilty to drink driving as a provisional licence holder and breaching a late-night driving restriction. © iStockphoto.com/Pgiam

Mate's distress call ends in fine

A MAN who drove drunk after a distressed friend called and asked to be picked up in Brisbane has lost his licence.

Ipswich Magistrates Court heard Brenton David Williams, 21, was breathalysed on Milton Rd, in the early hours of the morning recording 0.091.

Williams, pleaded guilty to drink driving as a provisional licence holder and breaching a late-night driving restriction.

He was fined $750 and disqualified for five months.
 



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