vegassports-odds.com
vegassports-odds.com March 26, 2017


All Black's legend Dan Carter caught drink driving

17 February 2017, 09:06 | Melvin Schneider

Former All Black Dan Carter has apologised after French media reported he was caught drink driving in Paris.

"I've let down my club, fans and most importantly my family", Carter said.

A Paris police source said Carter was tested at the roadside in the city's western 17th arrondissement on Wednesday night.

"I will now have to let the police/court process runs its course and face the consequences". I am just glad no one was harmed.

The 34-year-old was allegedly found without his driver's licence and had a blood alcohol count of 0.98 g per litre.

Trump's pick for ambassador to Israel faces hecklers and tough questions
Friedman said he would like to work with Israel to improve the commercial and trade environment in the West Bank for Palestinians. Republicans on the panel also praised Friedman's longstanding support of Israel.

Could Pink Floyd reunite to play Glastonbury?
The V&A hopes the exhibition will match the success of its record-breaking David Bowie retrospective. The experience may have been embellished for The Wall's story of rebellion against totalitarianism.

Democratic senator calls Oklahoma AG Scott Pruitt "God very bad nominee" for EPA
The office turned over the 411 emails earlier this week, although the group filed its first request two years ago. Senate Democrats are holding the floor, running down a 30-hour procedural clock ahead of the confirmation vote.

Carter was not placed in custody or a sobering cell but will ultimately face a court.

It's been reported the Racing 92 star was nearly twice the legal limit when stopped for speeding near the Champs-Elysees on Wednesday night (local time), testing 0.98g/litre of blood.

Carter played 112 tests for the All Blacks between 2003-15.

Carter is regarded as one of the sport's finest fly-halves and was a World Cup victor with the All Blacks in 2011 and 2015.

They were later cleared of any wrongdoing by the French Rugby Federation which said corticosteroids were legally used under the Therapeutic Use Exemption rules to aid injury recovery.



Other News

Trending Now

American Electric Power Co., Inc. (NYSE:AEP), General Mills, Inc. (NYSE:GIS)
Finally, Timber Creek Capital Management LLC increased its position in General Electric by 175.3% in the third quarter. Tyers Asset Management LLC bought a new position in El Paso Electric Company during the fourth quarter worth $121,000.

United Nations and Arab League say two-state solution 'only way'
Bush and Bill Clinton administrations; Edward Walker, who also served under Clinton; Daniel Kurtzer, who served under George W. The letters will be delivered to senators on the committee before Friedman's confirmation hearing commences Thursday.

US Retailers Talk Tax Reform With Trump
He underscored that the border tax would lead to a loss of purchasing power for millions of low-income and middle-class Americans. Members of the Americans for Affordable Products, or AAP, include Walmart, Target , Best Buy and many major American retailers.

Philly Businesses To Close For 'Day Without Immigrants' Protest
A Day Without Immigrants is among the first large-scale strikes in the wake of Trump's inauguration. Most are, fittingly, restaurants- an industry largely dependent on immigrant employees.