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Drink driver speeds at 132mph before smashing into car in footage caught on his own dashcamA drink-driver weaved through traffic at more than 100mph and then smashed head-on into the back of another car before he sped off. But dopey Nathan Williams was caught by his own dashcam, which showed the extent of his rampa

ge along the A500 and the M6. He can be seen hitting a top speed of 132mph, switching lanes, honking his horn and trying to intimidate other motorists. The footage then shows him failing t

o slow down in time and slamming into another driver. According to the Stoke Sentinel the 41-year-old had left his home in Talke before driving to the Wayfarer pub in Stone on July 6. Nathan Williams was

convicted of dangerous driving and drink driving (Image: BP

M Media) He slammed into the back of another car on the M6 (Image: BPM Media) He bump-started his own car and drove off (Image: SWNS.com) Read MoreRelated ArticlesTwo fighter pilots jump out of burning supersonic jet - and one goes back to save pal He then made the return journey via the A34, A500 and the M6 in his white BMW, before

going into

the back of a Ford Focus at Junction 16 of the northbound M6. Williams, of Woodshutts Street, Talke, failed to exchange details with the other driver or check whether they w

ere injured before bump-starting his damaged car and driving off. He was later stopped by police and was arrested when he failed a roadside breath test. Officers also seized his dash cam which the

y said revealed a catalogue of speeding and dangerous driving before and after

the collision. Now Williams – who has two previous convictions for drink-driving – has been sentenced to 12 months in prison after pleading guilty to dangerous driving and drink driving. His speed topped 132mph (Image: SWNS.com) He was almost three times the drink drive limit (Image: SWNS.com) He was caught by police who seized his dash cam (Image: SWNS.com) Magistrates at North Staffordshire Justice Centre also banned from driving for three years and six months. Speaking after the case, PC Mark Bishop, of the Central Motorway Police Group, welcomed the prison sentence. He said: Williams used his vehicle as a weapon. He attempted to provoke confrontation with other road users, and it is more by luck than judgement that no-one died as a result of his jaunt to the pub and back.

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