A boozy biker found himself toppling over in a McDonald's drive-thru right in the view of a police officer who was eating at the property.

Cameron Dixon, 28, was driving his motorbike while twice over the legal limit, unsteadily making his way through the exterior ordering system at a retail park branch.

His trip through the drive-thru windows at McDonald's in Admiral Retail park in Eastbourne, East Sussex led to his arrest after staff alerted an officer at the fast food chain to his boozy drive.

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Dixon was approached by the arresting officer at 1.30am on April 25, and has since landed himself in Hastings Magistrates Court.

Sergeant Chris Ambrose is the man who made the arrest after Dixon was found to have 76 microgrammes of alcohol in his system, more than double the legal limit of 35 microgrammes.

While Dixon admitted to drink driving when talking to police at the time, he later said he didn't "give a f***" in an argument with other officers at the station, DailyMail reported.

He replied with "no comment" to a question asked in relation to his drink driving at the station, despite earlier admitting to Sergeant Ambrose.

Dixon has since been disqualified from driving for 17 months and was ordered to pay a £346 fine, £85 in costs and a £138 surcharge.

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Sgt Ambrose has since commented on the case, declaring Dixon was in "no fit state" to be commandeering a vehicle that night in the drive-thru.

He said: "The footage shows how unsteady Dixon was. He was in no fit state to be riding his motorcycle that night.

"He put his own safety, and the safety of other road users, at risk. This case demonstrates the ongoing importance of reporting potential drink-drivers to the police.

"Drink-driving is one of the main causes of people being killed or seriously injured on our roads, so informing the police really could save someone's life."

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