Driver arrested in Chorley for being 'more than twice over the legal drink drive limit, having no insurance, and having no licence'
Lancashire Police have arrested a motorist in Chorley for a series of serious driving offences.
Taking to social media at 8.04am, a spokesman for Lancashire Police revealed how the motorist had been arrested last night for a "fatal four offence" in the town.
They said: "The driver was over twice the drink drive limit - not to mention held no licence or insurance. Our thanks to Chorley Police for their assistance."
Fatal four offences are speeding; distractions such as using mobile phones whilst driving; not wearing a seatbelt; and driving under the influence of drink or drugs.
Lancashire Police have been asked for further details