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‘Shockingly intoxicated’ T-Rex loses driver’s licence

Tony Williams has had his driver’s licence suspended.
Tony Williams has had his driver’s licence suspended.

PARRAMATTA Eels recruit Tony Williams has been fined $1000 and had his licence suspended for 12 months by a Sydney magistrate for being "shockingly intoxicated" while driving with three children in the car.

The 29-year-old former NSW State of Origin and Kangaroos representative was sentenced at Parramatta Local Court on Wednesday for mid-range drink driving in December.

Magistrate Jennifer Giles said Williams's driving had been so dangerous members of the public had called the police.

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