Article from today's Age online edition Booze blitz nabs 1 driver every 11 minutes * Larissa Ham * April 10, 2009 - 2:12PM Frustrated police will turn their attentions to football fans after one drink driver was nabbed every 11 minutes during a booze bus operation around St Kilda overnight. Police detected 31 motorists driving over the legal limit in the first night of the Easter blitz. Just over 1200 drivers were tested on St Kilda Road, with 11 blowing over the limit and one refusing to be tested. Another booze bus in the back streets of St Kilda tested 1260 drivers, with 19 over the limit. Police warned football fans that they will be stepping up random breath tests throughout the Easter weekend, with operations in the city after matches at Etihad Stadium and the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Region 1 Traffic Inspector Greg Parr said too many motorists caught last night registered blood-alcohol content of about 0.18 - more than three times the legal limit. "One in 80 either didn't think or didn't care," he said. Four people died on Victorian roads last Easter but Inspector Parr said about 130 were seriously injured and many of those were still recovering. "We don't want another 100 or something people in hospital because of other people's stupidity," he said. Police will today focus their attention on South Yarra and Prahran.