Hugo Lloris to appear in court today in London - The captain of France’s football team is due to appear in court in London today after being arrested on 24th August for driving while intoxicated. Two months after waving the World Cup trophy, goalkeeper Hugo Lloris will be in court today in the British capital. The 31-year-old Tottenham goalkeeper was arrested after a routine check at Gloucester Place in London in the early hours of Friday, August 24th. According to reports Lloris had dined at the Bagatelle, a Franco-Mediterranean restaurant in the Mayfair district, along with two other players who play in London: another world champion, Olivier Giroud (Chelsea) and defender Laurent Koscielny (Arsenal). In England, the legal blood alcohol level is 0.8 g per liter of blood, compared to 0.5 g in France. Hugo Lloris has apologized publicly for his behavior adding "I take full responsibility for my actions," explaining that "this is not the example I want to give." The coach of the Blues, Didier Deschamps, later said that the incident did not change his opinion of the player, measured, discreet and reliable.
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