Former Liverpool striker Dean Saunders was jailed recently for refusing to provide a random breath test sample.
As reported by Sky News, Mr Saunders was intercepted in May after his Audi A8 allegedly failed to give way at a roundabout at speed whilst driving erratically.
Chester Magistrates Court imposed 10 weeks actual jail.
Queenslanders charged with failing to provide a specimen of breath face a potential lifetime loss of licence and a mandatory minimum 6 month licence disqualification.
Whilst technically a possibility, actual jail for a first time offence in Queensland is unlikely.
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