A pensioner has appeared twice in court in the space of 24 hours for two different drink-driving offences.
Harry Thomson appeared in the dock on Monday and admitted driving while more than four times the limit, then appeared again yesterday and pled guilty to a separate offence.
On Monday he pled guilty to driving on High Street, Kemnay, on Sunday at a Co-op store on Station Road, Kemnay, and St Marys, Monymusk, with 94 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath – the limit is 22 microgrammes.
Defence agent Ross Taggart said his client had vowed not to drive again.
Yesterday the 69-year-old appeared again and admitted driving on Grove Road, Kemnay, on September 16 with 63 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.
Sentence on Thomson, of St Marys, Monymusk, was deferred until next month and he was disqualified from driving in the meantime.