Police got a surprise in the mail - a thank you note from a motorist they had arrested and charged with drink-driving.
The woman motorist took the unusual step of thanking Surrey Police's traffic officers who pulled her over after a drinking session.
The motorist, aged in her late 20s, was caught behind the wheel whilst over the drink-drive limit in Tadworth.
She was arrested on December 1 and taken to a police station where she was later charged.
Today the woman penned her thanks to the officers for their caring manner after arresting her.
She said: "I was scared but they looked after me and were really caring."
Inspector Richard Mallett, from the force's Road Policing Unit, said: "It's not every day Surrey Police gets a thank you message from someone arrested for drink-driving."
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