A MAN drove on a Clydebank street while more than four times the alcohol limit.

Scott Mitchell pleaded guilty to having 93 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath in Low Crescent on August 10 while appearing at Dumbarton Sheriff Court for a community payback review after he acted aggressively towards paramedics who attempted to help him.

Depute fiscal Kevin Doherty said the 37-year-old had decided to drive to a nearby shop for food “despite being under the influence”.

The Broomhill Drive resident’s defence agent Scott Adair told the court at Friday’s hearing his client was seeking treatment for his alcohol issues, reported the Clydebank Post

Sheriff Maxwell Hendry told Mitchell: “The convictions are building up and there comes a point where if the convictions continue coming community – based disposals aren’t going to be appropriate and you’re reaching that point now.

“I’m going to defer sentence for good behaviour and fix a further review. If there’s just one more offence then I think the time has come for me to stop and think.”

A review was fixed for January and Mitchell was disqualified from driving in the interim.