The Road Traffic Management Corporation [RTMC] says no one
will be arrested for driving after eating hot cross buns.
The Road Traffic Management Corporation [RTMC] says no one will be arrested for driving after eating hot cross buns.
This comes after a viral video showing two traffic officials testing the new alcohol screening breathalyser that detects alcohol in the body.
One of the officer’s blows into the deceives before eating a hot cross bun, and the alcohol reading results come negative, however, when he retakes the test after eating the bun the results come out as positive.
Watch the video below:
RTMC spokesperson says Simon Zwane the purpose of a breathalyser is to read the alcohol consternation content in the body.
He adds what we see in the video is alcohol content on the mouth of the traffic officials.
“That is not sufficient that test should have been than a few minutes later to see what is sitting in the body of that person,” says Zwane.
Zwane adds the evidentiary breath alcohol tester would not have resulted positive in the way seen in the video.
He adds when an evidentiary breath alcohol tester is not available, and there is sufficient evidence that the individual in drunk, a blood test will be taken.
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