A 65-YEAR-OLD Aberdour woman was more than double the drink-drive limit when she collided with another vehicle as she tried to park.

As a result, Donna Drever, of High Street, appeared at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

She admitted that on October 21, in St Colme Crescent, Aberdour, she drove a car having consumed excess alcohol.

Her reading was 49 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, the legal limit being 22 microgrammes.

Depute fiscal Azrah Yousaf said that, at 3.30pm, Drever was seen trying to park her car and struck another vehicle when doing so.

There were witnesses and Drever said to them: “I don’t know what happened.”

“They were concerned about her level of intoxication,” added the depute.

Police went to her home and the door was answered by Drever’s husband, who said: “I told her not to drive.”

Defence solicitor Stephen Morrison said: “There was no attempt made to evade detection. She was seen laughing but this was a nervous laugh. She has no previous convictions.” He added she was a grandmother of three.

Sheriff Wyllie Robertson imposed a fine of £790 and banned Drever from driving for a year.