References in periodicals archive ?
The policewoman was asked by her co-worker to handcuff the 24-year-old Moroccan pedicurist, who had been apprehended for consuming alcohol, and to take her for a breathalyser test in another place in February.
He was later released as police opened a criminal investigation against him for drink-driving and failing to take a breathalyser test.
20 June 2014 - Israeli, US and UK researchers have developed a breathalyser test that is able to accurately diagnose lung cancer and identify its stage of progression.
This is, however, not the first time the school is going to enforce breathalyser tests for its students.
College students Farima and Azara failed the breathalyser test and were not able to produce a valid license.
American Airlines said: "An American Airlines pilot was arrested at Heathrow yesterday having failed a breathalyser test. Police had been called by airport staff working at the security control post.
The second driver was later stopped by police and also failed a breathalyser test. He was given an on-the-spot fine and released.
1967 -- The first breathalyser test in Britain was administered to a motorist in Somerset.
Why did police say he passed the breathalyser test when we know every senior Royal is on the gin and Dubonnet from breakfast?
The 46-year-old Paralimni resident was driving in the town when he was pulled over and given a breathalyser test in which he came up with 118mg of alcohol.
Summary: Defendant behaved violently while being handcuffed and taken for breathalyser test
Cops searched his crashed car, which contained his mum Christine Woodhall and beloved Labrador dog Hurley at the time of the collision, and offered Ant a breathalyser test, which he failed.