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Man charged with drink driving after being stopped with van full of chickens

A man has been charged with drink driving, after being stopped by police in a van full of chickens in Yorkshire.



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Man charged with drink driving after being stopped with van full of chickens

Roads Policing Group officers on patrol stopped a white Mercedes Sprinter van near Bramham at about 2pm on Friday, July 28.

 

The driver, a 63-year-old man from Durham, failed a roadside breath test and was arrested.

 

His van contained several live chickens. Officers arranged for them to be looked after in temporary accommodation.

 

The driver was subsequently charged with drink driving, and will appear at York Magistrates Court on 17 August 2017.


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