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Driving ban and community service for Douglas man

Drunk in charge of vehicle and used provoking behaviour

A Douglas man has been ordered to carry out 180 hours of community service, for being drunk whilst in charge of a vehicle and provoking behaviour.

30 year old Wiktor Pavel Zabinski, of Princes Road, has also been banned from driving for six months and must undertake a drink drive rehabilitation course before he can apply for his licence again.

He was convicted of the charge relating to the vehicle following a trial, and pleaded guilty to the provoking behaviour charge.

Deputy High Bailiff Jayne Hughes ordered him to pay almost £3,700 in costs.

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