Former Everton and England striker Francis Jeffers has been banned from driving after refusing to take a breathalyzer test after being arrested for improper driving.
Jeffers told cops he had “only two bottles of lager.
when they pulled him over in his Ford Fiesta, but refused to take the roadside breath test.
The former Arsenal player – who has also played for eight other clubs – was also fined £ 500 following the Liverpool incident on May 30.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said the car then appeared to veer into different lanes of the road.
When he pulled over, police approached the former Premier League star and asked if he had been drinking.
He said he only had two bottles of lager beer but refused to provide a roadside breath sample and was taken to St Anne’s police station.
At the station, he again refused to provide a sample for analysis, despite numerous requests from the police.
Merseyside Police accused him of failing to provide a sample for analysis.
In a warning to visitors, the Bridport Fire Station said: ‘Stay away from cliffs and do not climb over falling rocks.
“We had a lot of rain and heavy stormy seas that knocked over the cliffs, making them very unstable. Cliff falls can occur at any time without warning.
In 2012 Charlotte Blackman of Derbyshire died .
when she was buried under hundreds of tons of rock after a landslide on the same beach.
A couple even used the rocks as a pole to take in the sea view, seemingly oblivious to the sign next to them that said “beach closed”.
Cynthia Justham, who visited there yesterday, said many visitors seemed oblivious to the “dangerous and unpredictable” nature of the cliffs.
He said: “Unfortunately people are already walking towards him and on top of him – they don’t seem to realize what else might befall them at any time and they wouldn’t have time to step aside.”