Howden Park: Police say driver caught doing doughnuts in West Lothian supermarket car park was 'five times over the legal drinking limit'

A driver was caught allegedly over the legal drinking limit while doing doughnuts in a vehicle in a supermarket car park in West Lothian.

After complaints from local residents, officers from Road Policing and Community Policing in Livingston have been cracking down on anti-social behaviour at both Howden Park and Asda.

During this operation they caught one driver doing doughnuts in Asda car park while reportedly ‘five times’ over the legal alcohol limit.

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They also reported three offenders to the court, five offenders were issues with Fixed Penalty Notices, one motorcyclist was issued a prohibition order and a further 13 people were warned for other driving infringements.

In a statement, Police said: “Everyone knows police officers love doughnuts however not when the doughnuts are the type done in a vehicle by a driver almost 5 times the legal drinking limit.

"Further dates are target those who continue to behave in an anti-social manner either through alcohol or their driving behaviour.”

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