Things get steamy in drink driving case

I just followed this article via Damien Mulley’s Fluffy Links and could not believe what I was reading. Talk about an open-minded judge. Apparently, two drink driving cases recently heard in Kerry, were thrown out of court because the judge felt that in the legally required 20 minutes before taking the “final” breath test, the men at the centre of the cases used the lavatory and could have inhaled the steam off their own urine causing the breath test to show a false positive. Romantic Ireland may be dead and gone but Irish quirkiness will live on forever. Read more…

2 thoughts on “Things get steamy in drink driving case”

  1. Did anyone check to see if the judge had used the loo before he heard these cases? He could have inhaled the steam from the bullshit coming out of his own arse and that would have affected his judgement in the cases.

    What a story!

  2. Did anyone check to see if the judge had used the loo before he heard these cases? He could have inhaled the steam from the bullshit coming out of his own arse and that would have affected his judgement in the cases.

    What a story!

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