A man who already had his licence suspended is facing fresh charges after he allegedly drove to a Sydney police station drunk to fulfil bail reporting conditions.
The 57-year-old was "staggering and smelt of alcohol" when he entered Kogarah Police Station about 12.30pm on Monday, police say.
He'd also parked in a space reserved for police vehicles.
The man was arrested and a subsequent breath test allegedly returned a reading of .226 - more than four times the legal limit.
He was charged with high-range drink driving, driving while suspended and breaching bail and is expected to appear in Sutherland Local Court on Tuesday.
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