A SKIPTON man charged with drink driving had his case adjourned by magistrates after the court heard he would need a Hungarian interpreter.

Nandor Molnar, 40, of Broughton Road, faces a charge of driving on Water Street Skipton on January 12 while over the drink drive limit. He was said to have had 40 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, the legal limit is 35.

He appeared at Skipton Magistrates Court today (Friday) when his case was adjourned until February 23 for an interpreter to attend. He did not enter a plea.