A man faces drink-driving charges after police found him slumped over the wheel of his car outside a pub.
Officers say they saw him asleep at the wheel of the Nissan Navara, with the engine running, music blaring, driver's door open and indicator blinking.
They say the man blew .206 when tested at the station after the incident in the Pub Lane Tavern car park on July 25 at 11.50pm.
The 42-year-old New Beith man will face Beaudesert Magistrates Court on August 25.
It comes after an incident on July 19 when a man allegedly blew .139 after being spotted by officers driving strangely on Johanna Street, near Jimboomba Police Station.
Second test higher
A man whose blood alcohol concentration rose in between road-side and police station testing is due in court next month over drink-driving.
Police say the man blew .114 when pulled over on Waterford-Tamborine Road. That figure, they say, had risen to .153 after the was tested again at Jimboomba Police Station.
Jimboomba's officer in charge, Senior Sergeant Peter Waugh, said the man was stopped when police became suspicious he was under the influence.
"He was pulled over because of the manner of his driving," Senior Sergeant Waugh said.
The 36-year-old from Tamborine will face Beaudesert Magistrates Court on September 1.
Men leapt down embankment in getaway
Police are hunting two men who leapt down a 10-foot embankment to escape a security guard who disturbed them breaking into a Flagstone building site.
The men, who officers say are of Pacific Islander appearance, were startled by the guard at 2.45am on July 27 at the site on Bushman Drive.
"They jumped down a 10-foot embankment to get away," Senior Sergeant Waugh said.
Senior Sergeant Waugh said forensic officers were examining a tool the men left behind in making their getaway.