Woman, 31, who saw smoking a meth pipe while driving down a road & # 39; gets off with a fine and a six-month driving ban
- The driver was fined after an image allegedly showed that he smoked a methamphetamine pipe
- The woman, 31, of Western Australia, was found guilty of driving carelessly
- On Tuesday, he has also been banned from driving for a period of six months
Kelsey Wilkie for Daily Mail Australia
A 31-year-old woman allegedly caught smoking a goal pipe while at the wheel away with a fine and a six-month driving ban.
A surprising photograph that allegedly showed the woman inhaling from the glass pipe was taken on the Kwinana Expressway in Western Australia on August 13.
A couple who saw the woman detour through the tracks on the highway broke the image, prompting a police investigation.
The woman was later charged and convicted of driving carelessly.
A 31-year-old woman, allegedly caught smoking a goal pipe while behind the wheel on a highway in Western Australia, left with a fine and a six-month driving ban.
On Tuesday, he was fined $ 1,200 and a six-month driving ban for the offense, Perth Now reported.
The woman was not charged for her alleged use of drugs.
She did not appear in court during the sentence.
A stunning photograph that allegedly shows the woman inhaling from the glass pipe was taken on the Kwinana Freeway in Western Australia on August 13