Former footballer jailed for refusing to take breath test
DEAN SAUNDERS, the former international footballer, has been jailed for 10 weeks after claiming he could not perform a breathalyser test because of his asthma.
The 55-year-old, who played for Liverpool, Aston Villa and Wales, was stopped on suspicion of drink-driving after he was seen failing to give way at a roundabout on May 10.
Police officers said the retired striker was slurring his words and had to prop himself up against his Audi 8 when he was pulled over in Chester, Cheshire.
Saunders, now a pundit for talk-SPORT radio, refused to take a roadside breath test and failed to give a sample at Blacon Police Station later th...