A Strahan man has been banned from his local pub after driving while almost four times over the legal blood alcohol limit, police report.
The 40-year-old man was reportedly served with a barring order from his local pub after he was detected high-range drink driving by Tasmania Police on Wednesday, September 1.
Police report the man has also been disqualified from driving for six months and will appear in court in November where he will answer a number of charges.
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"The driver of the vehicle refused to pull over for police before being taken into custody at his house," Tasmania Police said in a statement.
Strahan Constable Wayne Bradford said he was thankful to the local pub licensee for their support.
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"Licensees have the power to issue barring Orders to patrons for being intoxicated, violent or quarrelsome, putting the safety of others on the premises at risk because of their consumption of liquor, or any other reasonable grounds," he said.
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