A motorist who, having been lawfully required by an officer to provide two specimens of breath by the means of an approved device, deliberately failed to provide any specimen, did not have a reasonable excuse for such a failure even though it was later found that his vital lung capacity was inadequate for the purposes of the device.

DC (Kennedy LJ, Butterfield J)


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