POLICE officers have revealed a series of incidents involving driving offences – including leaving one driver ‘on foot in their pyjamas’.

The Thames Valley Police roads policing team took to Twitter to highlight four incidents, which included three arrests.

‘Left on foot in their pyjamas and dressing gown’

A car was stopped in Oxford’s High Street for a lighting offence.

Checks revealed the car had no insurance and its VED had expired in 2020.

The car was seized and the driver reported, and ‘left on foot in their pyjamas and dressing gown’.

Cloned plates

A car was also stopped in South Oxfordshire yesterday evening, for cloned plates.

The driver was arrested for having no insurance, no licence and drug driving.

The driver was taken to custody for station procedure.

Erratic driving

A driver who left custody on Saturday evening for a previous arrest was spotted driving erratically on the A34 at Kidlington, and stopped.

The driver failed a roadside breath test and was arrested.

He then ‘blew over in custody’ and was charged.

Failed drugs wipe

On Saturday evening, officers stopped a vehicle on the B4100 near Bicester, with the driver appearing intoxicated.

He failed to provide a roadside breath test and drugs wipe, and was arrested.

He again failed to provide in custody and was charged.