A driver is facing two court summons, a license suspension, and more after a traffic stop near High River.

On June 30, an Alberta Highway Patrol officer pulled over a driver who was clocked at 181 km/h in a 110 km/h zone north of High River.

According to a tweet from Alberta Sheriffs, both the driver and the passenger were "extremely intoxicated."

The driver refused to provide a breathalyzer, despite federal Criminal Code law saying drivers must provide a breathalyzer when asked by an officer.

As a result, the driver received court summons for speeding and driving with no insurance as well as a Roadside Sanctions Fail-refusal.

Their license was also suspended for 15 months and the vehicle was seized for 30 days.