A groom who was caught drink driving to McDonald’s on his wedding day has been banned from driving for a month.
Melbourne father Clinton Chugg, 44, pleaded guilty to drink driving in Gladstone Magistrates Court on Tuesday.
The court heard police pulled Chugg over on May 15 after they observed him running a red light.
Clinton Chugg, 44, has been banned from driving for a month and fined $800, after he was caught drink driving to take his son to McDonald’s on his wedding day
A breathalyser test found Chugg, who had his 17-year-old son in the car with him at the time, had a blood alcohol level of 0.09.
Chugg told the officers he had several drinks and little food because it was his wedding day.
Defence lawyer Bianca Wierland said her client was driving that day because his son had asked to get food from McDonald’s, Noosa News reports.
Ms Wierland added that Chugg was a former professional cricketer in Victoria and had moved to Queensland to be closer to family.
He was fined $800 and was disqualified from driving for a month.
No conviction was recorded.
Chugg pleaded guilty to drink driving at Gladstone Magistrates Court (pictured) on Tuesday