An army lance corporal who tried to drive to McDonald's while three times over the legal limit for driving under the influence of alcohol has been arrested after being stopped by police.

33-year-old Kayleigh Marie Goodall was seen by officers 'driving all over the road' after a drinking session in Richmond, North Yorkshire and headed back to Catterick Garrison for more drinks with some friends.

In her drunken haze, she decided to drive to the McDonald's that was a little less than a mile from her base.

The drive-thru was closed off, but Goodall still pulled into it.

When officers approached her car, tried to order food from them through her car window.

A prosecuting attorney in the trial from the May 15th incident said ‘She asked to order food from the police officer before being removed from the car,' according to Metro.

Goodall's breath test was reading at around '116 micrograms' of alcohol in her '100 milliliters of breath,' more than three times the legal limit of 35 micrograms.

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It was determined that a total revocation of her license would mean she wouldn't be able to continue her specialist driving and communication role for the Army.

Goodall, who has been in the military for 10 years, has been suspended from operating a motor vehicle for 27 months after she plead guilty to the driving under the influence charges.

She was also sentenced to 100 hours of community service as well as the fines.

Next on her to-do list, Goodall faces a military disciplinary hearing.

Read more at Metro

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