A disqualified driver has had his car keys taken from him, after being busted allegedly drink driving twice in one night.
He was first pulled over around 10.40pm on Saturday, when Police noticed a grey Toyota Kluger being driven erratically along General Holmes Drive at Mascot.
They carried out a roadside breath test, which he failed.
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The 55-year-old man was also found to be a disqualified driver until 25 April 2019.
He was arrested and taken to Mascot Police Station for a breath analysis which returned a reading of 0.065.
He was issued with a Notice to appear in court in June and was released from custody about 11.10pm.
An hour later the same grey Toyota Kluger was spotted on on Foreshore Road at Botany.
The male driver once again failed a roadside breath test, was arrested and returned to Mascot Police Station, where he underwent another breath analysis.
This time a reading of 0.052 was returned and the man was charged with drive with the low range PCA and drive whilst disqualified.
He will face the combined charges on 22 June and also had his vehicle keys confiscated.