POLICE arrested a 57-year-old man who was more than four times over the drink-drive limit.

Officers from West Yorkshire Police's Shipley team spotted the driver in Baildon on Thursday.

They stopped the male for a roadside breath test.

He blew 147, which is more than four times the legal drink-drive limit of 35.

The driver was then taken to the police station and blew 119 there - which is still more than three times the limit.

Police later charged him with the offence of drink-driving.

During the same day, officers also arrested a man on suspicion of drug-driving in Shipley.

A 27-year-old male failed a roadside drug test and he showed positive for cocaine.

He was reported for drug-driving, pending the blood results.