A man was taken into police custody and his car was seized over the weekend in Milton Keynes.

At around 11.50pm on Saturday, January 16, police officers assisted a driver whose car was broken down on a dual carriageway in Bletchley.

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After a quick check, it was revealed that the driver allegedly had no licence or insurance and was ‘having a little alcoholic drink’, according to Thame Valley Police Milton Keynes.

Thames Valley Police Milton Keynes' Facebook page read: "Sadly for the driver, the vehicle had to be taken away not because it wouldn’t start, but for having no insurance or driving license and to top it all off, having a little alcoholic drink.

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“The driver found himself having a trip to police custody and his vehicle seized.”