Woman Who Blew 9 Times Over 'Didn't Do Anything Wrong'
Many believe that a Sydney mum, who was found by police passed out in her car, nine times over the legal
The 42-year-old mum of two spoke out on 60 Minutes this week, six months on from the incident that found her in her car, parked in a bus zone, drinking almost two full casks of wine.
In November last year, Susan Lung was given a breath test by police after they found her almost incoherent in her parked car. She blew a reading of 0.445, which is one of the highest blood alcohol readings in NSW history.
Ms Lung was originally arrested for drink driving, but after appearing before the court she miraculously avoided the charge and managed to keep her license due to a minor detail.
Speaking with 60 Minutes last night,
“[I was] just sitting there thinking, ‘What’s happened to my life? Where did it go wrong,” she said. “And then I remembered that I had wine in the back, so I just pulled it into the front and just took the first sip, and then from there it just went downhill.”
But despite drinking almost two casks of wine between
The Daily Telegraph reported that police were not able to prove that
Ms Lung claims that she parked her car while she was still sober and then began to drink while the car was parked.
“It’s not illegal to sit in your car and drink,” said