2 Jan, 2019 @ 20:01
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Driver in Spain’s Ibiza tests positive for ALL DRUGS in NYE breathalyser revelation

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DRUGGY: Spanish police make roadside stops before an Ibiza man tested positive for all drugs on NYE
DRUGGY: Spanish police make roadside stops before an Ibiza man tested positive for all drugs on NYE

IBIZA police have arrested a driver who tested positive for all drugs when breathalysed on New Year’s Day.

Roadside tests revealed the 31-year-old man had taken cocaine, methamphetamine, opiates, cannabis and amphetamines.

Officers also recovered a mammoth drug haul from his car, including 20 pink pills, six purple, two wraps thought to be cocaine and a brown substance.

The red-faced reveller was pulled over by cops at 3:00am on Riambau Street, where he apparently displayed a ‘reckless attitude’.

He now faces a €1,000 fine, six points on his license, as well as a possible traffic offence for being under the influence.

Driving under the influence carries a sentence of up to sixth months, fines, 90 days of community service or having a license revoked for four years.

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