South Korea sailing coach Jae-Cheol Lee in drink-drive arrest

Weymouth and Portland Sailing Village at Osprey Quay
Image caption Lee gave his address as the Olympic Village on Portland

South Korea's Olympic sailing coach Jae-Cheol Lee has been caught driving while drunk in Dorset.

Lee, 38, was found to be more than twice the legal alcohol limit when he was breathalysed by police on Portland on Wednesday.

Lee, who gave his address at Weymouth Magistrates' Court as the Olympic Village on Portland, admitted a charge of driving with excess alcohol.

He was fined £340 and banned from driving in the UK for 18 months.

Weymouth and Portland will host the Olympic sailing events, which begin on Sunday.

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