"Unlawful killing" was implicated in Princess Diana's death by a British court yesterday. Her driver Henri Paul's blood report indicated an ethanol level of 1.78 g/L which comes out to 178 mg/dL. Wikipedia says that even 100 mg/dL causes "central nervous system depression, impaired motor and sensory function, impaired cognition" and >140 mg/dL causes "decreased blood flow to the brain".
But even without knowing all this, if I had simply looked at the bloke's face before the crash, I would have been a little unwilling to have him as my driver for the night. Take a look...
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