A Spanish Man, 43, was found three times over the alcohol limit and driving the WRONG way up a dual carriageway in Spain’s Andalusia.
The man had been driving for some ten kilometres along the A-45 (Córdoba-Málaga) motorway in the opposite direction when he was intercepted by the Civil Guard.
It’s reported that the man entered the A-45 at kilometre 40, in the municipality of Aguilar de la Frontera where he was spotted by another driver who immediately called the Emergency Services.
The man was driving in the direction of Malaga using the opposite lanes which lead to Cordoba.
The vehicle was intercepted by the Civil Guard on reaching the Andalusian town of Lucena.
A breathalyser test revealed that the man showed positive results of 0.82 and 0.85 milligrams per litre of exhaled air.
The maximum amount of alcohol permitted in a breathalyser test in Spain is 0.25 milligrams of alcohol per litre of exhaled air.
The driver has been charged for the alleged crimes against traffic safety for driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages and reckless driving.