A male who had passed out in the lobby of a downtown motel exposed more than his drunken state, Barrie police say.
On Monday, police were called to the motel in regards to an intoxicated male causing problems in the front lobby. Police report that they found a male, 31, passed out. His pants were undone and he was fully exposed as he slept.
Police roused the male and he was arrested for being intoxicated in a public place. He was transported to the police station where he was held until sober and released.
In other police news:
A Collingwood male is facing additional time before the courts after being pulled over by Barrie police.
Yesterday, a city police officer stopped a vehicle that had been observed moving at a fast clip. The officer, believing the driver had been drinking, administered a roadside breathalyser test, which resulted in a three-day licence suspension.
Such suspensions are issued for when a driver’s blood alcohol concentration is between 50 and 80 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood.
The male, 38, was already before the courts on drug related charges and part of his bail conditions included not consuming alcohol. He was charged with breach of undertaking and held pending a bail hearing.
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