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Poll: Would you report a drink-driver to the gardaí for money?

Police in the West Midlands of England are offering up to £200 for people who report drink-drivers.

POLICE IN THE West Midlands, England, are offering people money if they report drink-drivers to them.

People could earn up to £200 for picking up the phone and anonymously reporting drivers who get behind the wheel after drinking, the BBC reports.

The incentive has been criticised by the RAC, however, which said there are practical issues – such as how it would be policed.

We ask: Would you report a drink-driver to the gardaí for money?

Poll Results:

No (3938)
Yes (2663)
I don't know (1859)

Read: Nearly six per cent admit to drink driving, men more likely to do it than women>

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