A MAN has been charged with drug-driving after being found incapacitated behind the wheel.

James Weldon could hardly talk when he was approached by police on October 25, 2016.

The 39-year-old was found on Castlemilk Drive sleeping in a car around 9pm, with the engine running and the keys in the ignition.

After 10 seconds of police knocking on the window, Weldon woke up and opened the door.

At Glasgow Sheriff Court this week, Sheriff Diana McConnell heard that he kept forgetting "simple facts" such as what day it was, and couldn't walk unaided.

Police breathalysed Weldon, which came back negative, before his urine was tested for drugs.

They found morphine, codeine and two other substances in the sample.

Weldon, of Limeside Avenue in Rutherglen, was fined £250 and banned from driving for 2 years.