Police have been left shaking their heads in disbelief after clocking a car at 167km/h when the driver was more than twice the alcohol limit.
The speeding drink-driver was nabbed on the Princes Highway on Friday night when he allgedly "flew" past a police vehicle travelling in the other direction.
Then on the weekend a P-plater was also caught at Pura Pura, north of Darlington, more than twice the alcohol limit for a fully licensed driver.
The two incidents came just days after Koroit police last week intercepted two drink-drivers with high readings within three days.
Camperdown police Sergeant David Gaw said the drink-driving message was simply not getting through.
He said at those readings both drivers had made a conscious decision to operate a vehicles knowing they were over the alcohol limit - especially the P-plater who is subject to a zero licence condition.
"We are on the roads day and night and in the current circumstances with coronavirus many people are choosing to stay at home at night," he said.
"If you are driving around at night you are far more likely than ever before to be intercepted, your licence and registration details will be checked and you are more likely to be tested for alcohol and/or drug impaired driving."
A Western Australia man in his 30s is expected to lose his licence for 12 months after being clocked at 167km/h on the Princes Highway between Panmure and Warrnambool at 9pm on Friday.
"He was driving a red Holden Commodore, intercepted and returned a positive preliminary breath test," Sergeant Gaw said.
"He was taken back to the Warrnambool police station where he recorded an evidentiary reading of .124.
"His car was impounded for a month and will attract towing and storage fees of about $1200."
Sergeant Gaw said the driver would be summoned to appear in court at a date to be fixed, charged with drink driving and driving in a dangerous manner.
"An alcohol reading of .124 while travelling at 167km/h is a potentially deadly set of numbers," he said.
"It's pretty disgraceful. He flew straight past us as we were heading towards Terang and he was going to Warrnambool.
"He said he never saw us in the police vehicle.
"It's extremely disappointing and this driver has put all other road users at risk because of his stupidity.
"Especially at night and that far under the influence of alcohol."
Camperdown police also pulled over the Corangamite P-plater at the weekend who recorded a reading of .123.
"He will also be summoned to appear in court charged with drink driving," Sergeant Gaw said.
"His car has been impounded for 30 days at a cost of about $1200 and that's before he gets to court.
"If you drink and drive, you will be intercepted, checked and if found under the influence you will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law," he said.
Frustrated Koroit police last week caught two drink drivers with high readings in three days.
"At the start of July we processed a local Koroit resident for nearly three times the legal limit after being caught in the main street and now we have another two local people who wanted to take the chance, three drink drivers in Koroit this month already," Sergeant Patrick Day from Koroit police said at the time.
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