Road safety campaigners are criticising the sale of a pill which claims to reduce the level of alcohol on the breath.
The tablets are being sold on the internet by a businessman from Birmingham. The website claims the pills can make "all the difference if you're breathalysed."
The pills are called Alco-pal and are being sold by businessman Arthur Kibble. On his website he says: "If you're out to celebrate or having a good time - than take Alco-pal with you"
He says taking the recommended dose, will "make all the difference" if you are breathalysed - by "*reducing the alcohol breath." *
Road safety campaigners are worried.
Arthur Kibble told Central News that selling Alco-pal, he is NOT advocating drink-driving. Despite any possible consequences, he says he will continue to sell it.
Police insist they'll catch anyone who's over the limit.