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McGregor arrested for DUI

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by lsz, Apr 28, 2016.

By lsz on Apr 28, 2016 at 3:56 PM
  1. lsz

    lsz Well-Known Member Staff Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    DRAGONS coach Paul McGregor was allegedly arrested for drink driving last weekend.

    Seven News revealed that the Red V mentor was pulled over in the early hours of Sunday morning where he blew a reading of 0.063.

    McGregor was arrested on the charge low-range drink driving.

    The are reportedly yet to inform the NRL and are yet to make a statement on the matter.

    http://rugbyleagueweek.com.au/mcgre...33334596707782&adbpl=fb&adbpr=110919635615955
     

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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by lsz, Apr 28, 2016.

    1. mozgrame

      mozgrame Well-Known Member

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      Trent Robinson probably shouted him a couple of beers after their "argument", then tipped off the law.

      lol
       
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    2. ricardo

      ricardo Well-Known Member

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      So he blew 0.063 instead of 0.05 ... SFW
       
    3. lsz

      lsz Well-Known Member Staff Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    4. mozgrame

      mozgrame Well-Known Member

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      Lucky bastard! Wish I could find 10k.

      DUI = Delivering Unsportsmanlike Instructions. (to his players)

      Charged by Trent Robinson and found guilty.

      lol
       
    5. HappilyManly

      HappilyManly MWTS Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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      Apparently it's what Brett/Mase went through last year.

      Get clobbered, sleep it off then drive the next day, but their liver was still working to break down the alcohol @:cool:
       
    6. simon64

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      What an absolute joke.

      The guy was right on the line. It's not like he did a Liam.

      Talk about a non story. He shouldn't have even been fined by the club.
       
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    7. bones

      bones Bones Knows Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    8. yokahontas

      yokahontas Well-Known Member

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      Spot on. I have no sympathy for drunk drivers (a good mate of my dad's was killed by one)...but these are the only examples I have any sympathy for; I've driven the morning after a big night plenty of times myself (and I tend to be overly careful in terms of not even driving after two drinks, just in case), I tend to metabolize alcohol quickly (trust me, it sucks!) but who knows what other factors might affect that on any given day.

      McGregor should obviously have to pay whatever fine is applicable for the offence, the same as anyone else, but his employer fining him on top of that is double-dipping and just plain ludicrous in this case.
       
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    9. nightster

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      I think they would be trying to reinforce the message that they are trying to get to the players that DUI is unacceptable ....
       
    10. yokahontas

      yokahontas Well-Known Member

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      I get that, but shouldn't they also be able to understand the difference between deliberately driving with a skinful, and making an honest mistake? There's a reason the police/court penalties for DUI vary as widely as they do, depending on circumstances and what range you fall into.
       
    11. nightster

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      its always an honest mistake ... unless your paralytic
       
    12. yokahontas

      yokahontas Well-Known Member

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      Nah, I don't buy that. I worked with someone up until a few months ago who was in the habit of routinely having 4 or 5 glasses of wine with lunch and then driving home. She was never what you'd call paralytic, not even close, but would've definitely been over the limit and well aware of it every single time. Not the first example of that I've seen either, it seems to be a more common attitude amongst people in their 50s/60s who lived through an era where drink driving wasn't such a big deal.
       

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