Drivers warned about drink and drugs leaving Global Gathering
Drivers under the influence of alcohol or drugs risk being caught when they leave this weekend's Global Gathering festival in Warwickshire, say police.
Around 7,000 people took vehicles to the annual music and dance event at Long Marston Airfield, near Stratford-upon-Avon.
Thousands of people have gone to the event to see headline acts including, Tinie Tempah and Chase and Status.
Extra officers have been patrolling the site and surrounding areas.