A WOMAN was caught driving while eight times the legal drug-drive limit.

Victoria Watts was stopped in Asda Chandler’s Ford carpark while driving a Toyota Auris.

She had 400 micrograms of benzoylecgonine per litre of blood in her system. The limit is 50 micrograms.

She was also more than six times the cocaine limit and twice the MDMA limit.

Watts, 25, who admitted all the charges, was also found in possession of cocaine, Southampton magistrates’ Court heard.

The court was told that Watts was driving between Coventry and Southampton and that the police officer in charge of the case said this was the worst offence she had seen.

Watts, of Rock Hill, Chipping Norton, Oxford, was sentenced to eight weeks’ jail, suspended for 18 months.

She was ordered to carry out a drug rehabilitation requirement programme and ordered to pay £115 victim surcharge and £40 costs plus banned from driving for 30 months.