A man is due to face court today after he was busted drink-driving twice in one afternoon at Windsor yesterday.
Police say that at about 1.35pm, a 48-year-old man was pulled over at a stationary RBT site.
The man returned a positive breath test and was placed under arrest before being taken to Windsor Police Station where he provided a breath analysis reading of 0.214.
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His licence was suspended and he was charged with high-range PCA.
About 4.45pm the same day, police were called to Putty Road due to concerns for a man walking dangerously on the road and appeared to be affected by alcohol.
Officers recognised the 48-year-old man and transported him home.
Soon after officers allegedly saw the same man driving his vehicle again. He was pulled over and breath tested where he again provided a positive reading.
He was arrested and taken back to Windsor Police Station where he provided a breath analysis reading of .270.
He was charged for the second time with high-range PCA, and driving while suspended.
He was refused bail and will appear in Penrith Local Court today.