Police won't do it if there's nothing.XtremeModder wrote: ↑Jan 10th, 2019 12:54 pmI can't see them knocking on someones door while at home to demand a breath sample, after that there's no proof you were driving unless what you were wearing when you made a bad decision exactly matches the description.
I highly doubt police are going to be going this far.
But if an ahole neighbour, who's got a grudge, see you sipping your alcohol, may call in and falsely reported that you had been driving recklessly on the street.
Police will knock on your door and do a breathalyzer, which you will fail because you are indeed drinking. You had not been driving, but who's to prove that when police just got a tipoff?