West Midlands Fire Service have shared some footage of a driver that they ended up getting behind who was four times over the legal drink drive limit.
In the footage, the vehicle the fire service crew were following had its hazards lights on as the driver meandered all over the road.
The vehicle then almost hits the central reservation as it breaks for no apparent reason.
At one point, the driver enters the brow of a hill on the wrong side of the road which could have been fatal for any vehicles or motorcyclists who might have been unlucky enough to be driving in the opposite direction.
The driver was caught by officers from West Midlands Police after the fire service crew contacted the cops whilst they were following the car.
The intoxicated driver ended up being banned from the roads for 30 months as well as being given 200 hours of community work.
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