A woman has been banned from driving after being caught more than five times over the blood-alcohol limit.
Jacqueline Kelly was arrested on February 12 in Glendore Street in Glasgow's Whiteinch area.
The 53-year-old had earlier got behind the wheel of her Vauxhall Tigra Coupe despite having a blood-alcohol level of 190mcg in 100ml of breath.
The legal limit is 35mcg. It is thought to be one of the highest ever recorded for a female motorist in Scotland.
She pled guilty to the drink-driving charge when she appeared at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Thursday.
Kelly, who is from the Scotstoun area of the city, also faced an allegation that without reasonable care or attention she collided with a parked car.
Prosecutors accepted her not guilty plea to that charge.
Sheriff Alan MacKenzie deferred sentencing for reports and disqualified her from driving in the interim. Kelly will return to court in July.
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