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The sheepish P-Plate driver admits that he got into another car while drunk with two children in the back seat


"It was a bad day": The 37-year-old Sheepish P-Plate driver admitted to getting into a car while drunk with 3 children in the back seat at 3:00 p.m.

  • The man from Sydney is said to have drunk into another car after being picked up at school
  • Neeraj Shukla had just picked up two children from school before the incident
  • It is alleged that he switched to another car in a parking lot with the children
  • He reportedly returned a BAL of 0.191, more than three times the legal limit

A P-Plater who admitted getting drunk into another car after picking up two children from school embarrassedly introduced news cameras to face his "mistake".

37-year-old Neeraj Shukla had just picked up the kids from the Marayong Public School in Blacktown in western Sydney on Monday when he stopped in a number of shops.

It is believed that Mr. Shukla has switched to another car in the parking lot with two children, ages six and nine, in the back seat of his vehicle.

Sydney Neeraj Shukla (pictured) admitted getting drunk into another car after picking up his kids from school cameras to get his bug under control

Shukla had just picked up two children from the Marayong Public School in Blacktown in western Sydney on Monday when he stopped in a number of shops

Shukla had just picked up two children from the Marayong Public School in Blacktown in western Sydney on Monday when he stopped in a number of shops

"They cried, it was very sad to see," witness Leang Klauth told 9 News.

When the police arrived on site, they had Mr. Shukla do a breath test, which he allegedly gave back blood alcohol levels of 0.198, more than three times the limit.

P-Plate drivers must keep a blood alcohol level of zero behind the steering wheel.

The chief inspector of NSW police traffic and Highway Patrol Command, Phil Brooks, was stunned by the alleged reading.

& # 39; Everyone who has a preliminary license has a mandatory limit of zero. Someone in this situation, at 0.198, really crossed that line and put himself and everyone else at great risk, ”he said.

Mr. Shukna returned to the parking lot on Monday and faced news cameras. He admitted that he had made a mistake and that he was ashamed to ever sit behind the wheel while drunk.

"I made a mistake … it was a bad day," he said.

His license has been suspended and he will face Blacktown Local Court next week.

Shukla's (pictured) license has been suspended and he will face Blacktown Local Court next week

Shukla's (pictured) license has been suspended and he will face Blacktown Local Court next week

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