Drunk Driving ENDS IN TEARS After The Drunk Man BEGGED FEMALE OFFICER Not To Arrest - SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa, Social Media - Well it seems drunk driving ended in tears for a driver who was caught on tape begging the female officer. The intoxicated man could be heard repeatedly saying "sisters" while getting dragged to the police vehicle. Drinking And Driving is extremely dangerous. Any amount of alcohol in your bloodstream can impact your driving ability. The effects of alcohol abuse vary greatly, putting you, and everyone else on the road at risk of causing an accident or highway injury. Safe driving requires the ability to concentrate, make good judgements and quickly react to situations on the road. Drivers with alcohol in their blood are seven times more likely to cause a fatal crash; legally drunk drivers pose a risk 13 times greater than sober drivers. The reality is there's no safe amount of alcohol you can consume and drive. If you choose to have any alcohol to drink, make other arrangements, or call an uber. Well done to these officers its good to see there are still cops who dont take nonsense, from people who break the law.
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