Cyclist charged for riding his bike drunk

A CYCLIST has charged for being over the legal alcohol will riding his bike on a Wide Bay road.

Police stopped him after he almost got hit by a vehicle and conducted a breath test.

The Gayndah man returned an alleged breath alcohol concentration of 0.203.

He was also cycling on the wrong side of the road and not wearing a helmet.

The cyclist was stopped on Bridge Street, Gayndah on Thursday.

His charge was for being under the influence whilst operating a vehicle.



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