Adelaide’s Tyson Stengle allegedly caught drink-driving

Adelaide forward Tyson Stengle has allegedly been caught drink-driving in an unregistered car, blowing a blood alcohol reading more than double the legal limit.

A day after Western Bulldogs midfielder Lachie Hunter allegedly crashed into four cars in Melbourne, the Crows announced Stengle’s alleged indiscretion late on Friday.

Crows forward Tyson Stengle.Credit:AAP

The club said Stengle was stopped by police in Adelaide’s south-western suburbs for driving an unregistered vehicle, before recording a blood alcohol reading of 0.125.

Crows football boss Adam Kelly said the 21-year-old would face club-imposed sanctions to be decided by senior management.


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