A DRINK driver who was more than twice over the drink driving limit has been handed a four-month curfew.

Tony Warburton, of Diamond Street, Leigh had 92 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of his breath when he was tested on Beech Walk on March 24.

The 34-year-old also admitted taking a speed bike without the owner's consent on the same date.

He did not have a licence to drive the vehicle or the type of insurance required to be in control of it either.

As well as the curfew, Warburton has been banned from driving for two years which may be reduced by 24 weeks if he completes a course.

The defendant must also pay a victim services surcharge fee of £85 and court costs of £85.

He was sentenced at Wigan and Leigh Magistrates' Court on Wednesday.