Police officer arrested for drink driving

This dramatic video shows how a Police Community Support Officer who pulled over a driver was then arrested himself for being twice the drink-drive limit - by officers he had called for back-up.

PCSO Andrew Seston signalled for motorist Irfan Mehrban to stop his vehicle outside a school in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, then called for assistance when the driver began arguing with him.

But when his colleagues arrived they suspected 44-year-old Seston had been drinking, and breathalysed him - finding that he was over the limit, before arresting him and taking him away.

Seston, of Watlington, Oxfordshire, a PCSO for eight years, was arrested by colleagues last April. He was later banned from driving after admitting drinking two bottles of red wine the day before.

Seston - who has since resigned from Thames Valley Police - was banned from driving for 12 months on May 17, after pleading guilty to drink-driving at Aylesbury Magistrates’ Court.