A DRINK-DRIVER caught in the car park of a Dorset beauty spot has been jailed after magistrates heard he has "no willingness" to comply with a court order for the crime.

Jolyon Withers, of Grove Road East in Fairmile, Christchurch, was convicted in March last year of driving a Citroen C4 at Moors Valley Country Park in Ashley Heath with 102 micrograms of alcohol in his breath.

The limit is 35 micrograms, meaning Withers, 46, was almost three times over.

He was sentenced to a community order with 80 hours of unpaid work to complete, as well as a 23-month driving ban.

However, in September the order was amended after Withers admitted failing to report for appointments with his supervising officer on two occasions. At that time, magistrates ordered him to have treatment for an alcohol problem for six months and comply with a rehabilitation activity requirement for ten days.

But this Wednesday, Withers appeared at Poole Magistrates' Court yet again to admit failing to attend appointments on two occasions.

As a result, he was sentenced to 28 days in prison. Magistrates said he'd had "every opportunity" to comply with the order, but showed "no willingness".