A pilot scheme is planned by the government to test the use of Sobriety Orders. This is an approach used in the USA to reduce alchohol inflamed crime. In the USA offenders are required to wear a device strapped to the ankle that can detect drinking of alcohol.
"Such devices are expensive" said a Home Office spokesman "so we are opting for a low technology option. Instead of wearing the ankle monitor, offenders will require to phone into the local police station regularly. If they fail to do so we will conclude that they are so drunk they are incapable. Those who do get through will be asked to say 'sobriety test' three times quickly."
"Anyone heard to say 'sovriety tesht' or 'bryti tesht' will also be assumed to be drunk or as the new statute terms it 'dialling under the influence'."