Woman discovered in the BOOT of a car during bizarre traffic stop as a ‘drunk and drugged-up’ driver without a licence is caught behind the wheel
- Bizarre traffic stop uncovers a woman in her 30s in the boot of a vehicle
- The male driver, 26, was charged with a string of offences and blew 0.108
- Four other males passengers were also travelling in the car on Sunday morning
Police uncovered a woman allegedly travelling in the boot of a car during a bizarre Sunday morning traffic stop.
The 26-year-old man behind the wheel, who has never held an Australian driver’s licence, was charged with a string of offences after allegedly failing a roadside drug test and recording a blood-alcohol reading of 0.108 – more than twice the legal limit.
Officers from Bankstown Highway Patrol in Sydney’s southwest stopped the car on the Hume Highway in Greenacre following a ‘complaint from a member of the public’.
Police uncovered a woman allegedly travelling in the boot of a car during a bizarre Sunday morning traffic stop (stock image)
Four other male passengers were also in the car when the woman in her 30s was allegedly discovered.
Police said the driver was charged with mid-range drink driving, driving a passenger with no seatbelt and driving while unlicenced.
He was granted conditional bail and is due to appear before Bankstown Local Court on Monday.