Lloris banned from driving and fined 50,000 pounds for drink driving

The Tottenham goalkeeper was two times over the legal limit in England

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Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has been hit with a 20 month driving ban and a 50,000 pound fine after he was caught drink driving on August 24 in London. 

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Lloris was arrested by police in the middle of the English capital after testing two times over the legal alcohol limit for driving -- his sample contained 80 micrograms of alcohol per 100 millilitres of breath (the legal limit in England is 35mcg). 

The France international was detained at Charing Cross before being released on bail and appeared in court on Wednesday. 

After pleading guilty, he was banned from driving for the next 20 months and hit with a 50,000 with testimonies revealing he was so drunk that he had even been sick in the car.  

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