Spanish police have been left astounded after a driver tested positive for every possible kind of drug officers could check for.
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Police in the town of Carcastillo told Euronews that they were called on Saturday (local time) by a neighbour concerned that "several people were getting in a vehicle influenced by alcoholic beverages".
Arriving on the scene, they found a vehicle with six people inside, "all without a belt and one of them on top of another", according to Europapress.
Everyone involved was between 26 and 29 years old.
But a test found more than just alcohol in the man's system. Police also found high levels of cannabis, amphetamines/methamphetamine, cocaine and opiates.
The driver was fined €1000 (NZ$1729) for failing the alcohol test, and another €1000 for failing the drugs test.
He also lost 12 points off his driver's licence and vehicle was impounded.