Motorist's alcohol reading off charts
The Times of India Hyderabad|January 02, 2022
To the surprise of the traffic police, when a motorist was made to undergo breath analyser test on December 31, the instrument gave a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) reading of 608 mg/100 ml.

Hyderabad: This is perhaps the highest reading of a drunk driver in three commissionerates.

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