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SHELLEY Ann Miller drank so much tequila on October 2 that she does not remember being kicked out of two night spots, a court was told.

The 28-year-old's actions earned her a scolding from Magistrate Graeme Tatnell when she fronted the Hervey Bay Magistrates Court charged with failing to leave licensed premises.

“Go out and enjoy yourself and have a drink,” Mr Tatnell told her.

“But to drink that much you put yourself in danger, no one else.”

The court heard Miller had been drinking for about 12 hours when she was told to leave The Fiddler in Pialba because she was drunk.

She had to be spoken to by police when she refused.

About an hour later, she was also asked to leave Rumaz nightclub in Pialba, but lay on the ground and held on to a gate when security tried to get her to leave.

“Ms Miller had a lot to drink that night and when she reached that stage she went and had a whole lot more,” her solicitor, John Milburn, told the court.

Miller, a teacher's aide, was fined $250.



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