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Drunk man drives to police station to prove he's sober

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An Ontario man drove to a police station to prove that he was drunk, only to end up facing drink-driving charges.

The 32-year-old walked into a Mississauga police station and asked officers to breathalyse him, so that he could prove to his friends that he wasn’t drunk.

He was found to be one-and-a-half times over the legal blood alcohol limit, and promptly served with impaired driving charges, CBC News reported. 

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