Motorcyclist charged for driving 195km/h under influence of cocaine and cannabis

A motorcyclist has been charged for driving at 195km/h and for testing position for cocaine and cannabis.

The bike was spotted travelling at the excessive speed on the Chapelizod bypass by Gardai from the Dublin Metropolitan Region.

The subsequent drug test found he was under the influence of the drugs, while he also had no licence and was not insured.

Gardai arrested the man at the scene on Wednesday and he has since been charged.

A post on the Garda Traffic Twitter account said: "Dublin Metropolitan Region Traffic intercept bike doing 195kph on chapelizod bypass.

"No licence or insurance, positive for cannabis and cocaine. Arrested and charged."

Be careful on the roads this Bank Holiday Weekend everyone!

Read other news on the city site of Dublin.

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