Greg Inglis: New Australia captain charged with drink-driving

Greg Inglis: New Australia captain charged with drink-driving

On Monday, Greg Inglis was named the Kangaroos captain for the end of the session tests with Tonga and New Zealand.

Later that day, he was arrested of exceeding the speed limit and giving a positive breath analysis reading.

New South Wales police confirmed they arrested 31 year old man, Greg Inglis and taken to Lithgow police station.

Before being stopped by the police on that day, Greg had been playing at a tournament in Dubbo.

New South Wales Police spoke person said, "Officers attached to the traffic and highway patrol command were conducting stationary speed enforcement when they detected a black Mercedes Benz travelling above the speed limit,"

"He underwent a breath analysis which allegedly returned a reading of 0.085. He was issued a field court attendance notice for mid-range PCA (prescribed concentration of alcohol) and a traffic infringement notice for exceed speed limit."

Greg Inglis need to appear in the Lithgow Local court on November 22.
Inglis succeeded Cameron Smith as captain of Queensland's State of Origin team earlier this year and Australia coach Mal Meninga named the Clive Churchill medallist as Smith's successor with the Kangaroos too.