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Dean Saunders: Ex-Liverpool striker 'could not even stand up'

BBC News Friday, 30 August 2019
Footage shows the ex-Liverpool striker tell a police officer who pulled him over he'd only had a pint.
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News video: Dean Saunders told ‘you can’t even stand up’ at time of drink-drive arrest

Dean Saunders told ‘you can’t even stand up’ at time of drink-drive arrest 00:43

Police body-cam footage has been released of the night ex-Wales striker Dean Saunders failed to provide a breath specimen when stopped by police while driving. Police had stopped him after spotting his car veering across the road in the early hours of May 10 this year in Boughton, Chester.

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