A PERSONAL trainer who was seen stalling his car several times in a McDonald’s car park was later found to be more than twice the legal drink-drive limit.

Police arrested Keesaw Moss-Davies, aged 22, outside the Newtown fast food restaurant at around 6am on Saturday, March 25, after receiving a report that the Kia Picanto driver appeared to be drunk.

A breath test revealed he blew 80 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath when the legal limit is 35.

Welshpool Magistrates’ Court banned Moss-Davies, of Garth Owen, Newtown from driving for 20 months and ordered him to pay £435 in costs and fines after he pleaded guilty to drink driving.


Owain Jones, mitigating, for Moss Davies told the court: “My client takes this incident very seriously and he is ever so remorseful for his actions and apologises to this court and the public at large.

“He has since sought help from Kaleidoscope to reduce his alcohol and drug intake, and he has sought help from his GP for his mental health."

Mr Jones explained that his client had turned to drink after suffering a bereavement. 

He added: “He realises the danger it has had. He doesn’t remember much of what happened, but he is ever so remorseful.”

Moss-Davies must pay a £250 fine, £100 victim surcharge and £85 court costs.

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