A TEENAGER from Corop blew a breath alcohol reading of .136 after being caught with a woman hiding on the floor of his car at the weekend.
Sergeant Geoff Annand from Bendigo's Highway Patrol said the Corop teenager, an 18-year-old male, was just one of three drink drivers caught at the weekend.
"On Saturday morning, at 12.15am, on the Northern Highway at Rochester an 18-year-old male from Corop failed to dip his headlights to an on-coming police car," Sergeant Annand said.
"He was pulled over and found to have five passengers in the vehicle with a 19-year-old female hiding on the rear seat floor.
"The driver's breath alcohol reading was .136.
"He had his licence immediately suspended, his car impounded for being overloaded and he will face court for drink driving and other traffic offences."
The other passengers in the vehicle included two 14-year-olds and two 15-year-olds.
"For a young person with a licence for only three months, I'm glad we've got him off the road," Sergeant Annand said.
"He doesn't deserve to have a licence."