Don’t drive below the affect. It’s actually that easy. But then once more, perhaps it’s not, as a person in Ibiza was arrested on New Year’s Eve having examined constructive for “every drug [a roadside breathalyzer] can identify.”
The report comes from Olive Press, an area publication in Spain. According to the roadside drug check, the 31-year-old man examined constructive for cocaine, methamphetamine, opiates, weed, and amphetamines. In truth, the one factor it’s not clear if he examined constructive for is alcohol. In addition to testing constructive, he was additionally discovered to be in possession of one other 26 tablets, extra cocaine, and “some kind of brown substance.”
According to the report, the person now “faces a charge for driving under the influence, a $1,134 fine, a six-point penalty on his driver’s license.” [Editor’s note: $1,134? That’s it?]
New Year’s Eve is traditionally one of the harmful nights for drivers on the highway. Please don’t turn into one other statistic. If you’ve been ingesting, have a sober good friend drive or name and Uber.