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Mother ordered to wear tag after she drove young children home three times over the alcohol limit


A mother was ordered to wear an electronic ‘sobriety tag’ after she drove her uninsured Audi 4×4 whilst three times the alcohol limit as she took two young children home from lunch.

Rhian Hughes, 41, failed a breath and blood test after she consumed two glasses of cider during the day just hours after she enjoyed a Prosecco binge with her friends the night before.

Police said the mother-of-two became argumentative with officers when she was pulled over for ‘tailgating’ an off-duty special constable.

Her nine-year-old child and a five-year-old family friend were in her Q3 TDI SE vehicle at the time.

Rhian Hughes pictured outside Crewe magistrates court after she consumed two glasses of cider during the day just hours after she enjoyed a Prosecco binge with her friends the night before

Rhian Hughes pictured outside Crewe magistrates court after she consumed two glasses of cider during the day just hours after she enjoyed a Prosecco binge with her friends the night before

Hughes was driving an uninsured Audi 4x4 with two young children in the car

Hughes was driving an uninsured Audi 4×4 with two young children in the car

A breath test showed Hughes had 112 micrograms of alcohol per 100 millilitres of breath, the legal limit being…



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