‘Drunk’ dad’s WILD rant after ‘crashing his luxury BMW with two toddlers in the back after night at RSL’: 37-year-old allegedly blamed his NANNY, called arresting cops RACIST… and offered $5k to a tow-truck driver to clean up mess before cops got there
- A 37-year-old man has been arrested for driving four times over the alcohol limit
- The man crashed into four cars after leaving a bowling club on Monday night
- Officers saw his two children, three and eight, sitting in the back seat of his car
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A father has been busted driving four times over the alcohol limit after smashing into four parked cars with his two young children in the back seat.
Shelvin Singh, 37, allegedly crashed his BMW M5 after leaving Glenorie RSL, in Sydney’s outer north-west, on Monday night.
Emergency services were called to Post Office Road at 7.40pm where they noticed two children, aged three and eight, sitting in the car.
Shelvin Singh, 37, crashed his BMW (pictured) into four cars after leaving the Glenorie RSL in Millthorpe, in central west NSW, on Monday night
As he left the RSL’s carpark, he allegedly smashed into four parked cars and ended up outside a local restaurant.
One of the cars had a man inside who had just stopped and taken his seatbelt off.
He allegedly offered the tow truck driver $5,000 to remove the car before the police arrived at the scene.
He then allegedly tried to blame the accident on the children’s nanny who was sitting in the front passenger seat.
Witnesses told radio host Ray Hadley that the driver accused first responders of being racist.
‘Singh was incoherent and struggling to form sentences but not before accusing first responders of being racist because, and this is a quote from him and not first responders, “I’m black”,’ Hadley said on 2GB.
The Hillside man allegedly blew over four times the legal limit and has been charged with high-range drink-driving (stock image)
The father-of-two allegedly taunted officers: ‘I’ve gotten off before, I’ll get off again.’
Traffic and highway officers arrested Singh after administering a roadside breath test.
Singh was taken to Castle Hill Police Station where he underwent a second breath test and blew 0.224, police said.
Singh was charged with high-range drink-driving and could face charges of negligent driving causing grievous bodily harm.
His children are now in the custody of their mother, believed to be his ex-wife.
Mr Singh’s NSW drivers licence was suspended and he is due to face Parramatta Court on June 30.