A motorist was detected at 34km/h over the speed limit in a separate operation.
Naas Roads Policing Unit have arrested a learner driver.
Gardai were on patrol when they stopped the motorist.
They were found not to be wearing a seatbelt and subsequently failed a roadside breath test.
They were detained and Garda say "Proceedings to follow."
Naas Roads Policing Unit were on patrol this Sunday morning when they stopped this motorist. They were a learner driver who failed a roadside breath test. Furthermore, their passenger was not wearing a seatbelt— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) August 26, 2021
They were arrested. Proceedings to follow.#NeverEverDrinkAndDrive pic.twitter.com/hWEF304XcY
In a separate operation, a large number of speed detections were made as par of Operation Lifesaver.
Naas Roads Policing Unit say a "number" of motorists were clock above the 80km/h limit on the relevant road, including one driving at 114 kilometres per hour.
Fines and penalty points have been issued.
Naas Roads Policing Unit were conducting speed checks as part of Operation Lifesaver recently where they detected a number of motorists travelling above the speedlimit in an 80kmh Zone.— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) August 26, 2021
Fixed Charge Penalty Notices and 3 penalty points issued to all. #SlowDown #SaferRoads pic.twitter.com/Ba6YWFbg2N