A DRUNK driver who crashed his car in Glasgow’s East End admitted to cops he had indulged in two vodkas and three limoncellos.

Sean Wilson, 27, was spoken to by cops who were called to the road traffic accident at Alexandra Parade on April 12, at around 8pm.

Officers noticed him to be the driver of a black Renault, which had damage to the front.

When Wilson was giving his details, he was slurring his words and smelled of alcohol.

A roadside breath test was carried out which returned a positive result. Wilson was arrested and taken into the back of a police vehicle, where he made several admissions.

At Glasgow Sheriff Court this week, fiscal depute Jeremy O’Neill said: “He stated, ‘I’ll be honest wae yi, I’ve been drinking, I’ve had two pints’.

“A short time later, he stated ‘I won’t lie to you, I’ve had more than that, I’ve had two vodkas and three limoncellos’.

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“He was conveyed to London Road police station. He provided two specimens of breath and was kept in custody and released the following day.”

The breath tests revealed Wilson was driving three-and-a-half times over the legal limit.

He appeared in court as a first offender.

Wilson’s defence solicitor said: “He tendered a plea of guilty immediately and he cooperated with police.

“He had a troubled background, but he is working and doing his best to support himself. He is very remorseful and that’s come across in the social work report. He had a drinking problem at the time, but he tells me it’s not as bad now.”

Sheriff Valerie Mays ordered Wilson, of North East Glasgow, to be under social work supervision for nine months.

He was also ordered to carry out 60 hours of unpaid work and was disqualified from driving for 13 months.