South African law enforcement officials caught a drunk motorist with a blood alcohol content 32 times over the legal limit near Queenstown in the Eastern Cape on Wednesday.
When the motorist, driving a Mercedes Benz Vito, was pulled over, he was breathalysed and found to have blood alcohol content of 1.6g/100ml. The legal limit is 0.05g/100ml.
Five boys and a woman, who were also in the vehicle with 15 sheep allegedly stolen from nearby farms, were also arrested.
From the beginning of December 2010 to the 21st of the month, 1.1 million vehicles and drivers have been checked. Some 1500 drunk drivers were arrested, 60 percent of which were male.