Three times unlucky for drunk Norwegian driver


STOCKHOLM, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Swedish police caught a drunk Norwegian driver three times in as many hours on the weekend, a Swedish newspaper reported on Monday. Police pulled the man over after spotting him hitting speeds of 140 km per hour (85 miles per hour) on a stretch of road where the limit varies between 50 and 70 km per hour, the daily Aftonbladet said. Officers found he had an alcohol level of 0.66 parts per thousand, or more than three times the maximum allowed under Swedish ...

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