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Football fans warned not to drink drive

Mon, 14 Jun 2010

Infrastructure Minister Phil Gawne MHK
Infrastructure Minister Phil Gawne MHK

The Department of Infrastructure has launched its World Cup anti-drink drive campaign.

The campaign suggests drivers will end up in prison or hospital if they get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol.

Motorists face a 12 month driving ban, up to a £5000 fine and six months in jail if prosecuted for drink driving.

Infrastructure Minister Phil Gawne expects more people will be drinking outside their own homes during the tournament [play clip]


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