A NORTH Albury woman who rode a motor bike into the Albury police station foyer was yesterday put on a two-year bond with a condition she attend alcohol rehabilitation. Magistrate Mr Tony Murray said when imposing the bond on Debra Louise Embury that her actions were a classic case of how to get arrested for drink-driving. Mr Murray said he had previously had a person appear before him who was intoxicated and stopped at a random breath testing location because he thought they had takeaway food. But it was the first time he has had someone appear in court for riding a motor bike into a police station. Mr Murray said it was obvious Embury had an alcohol problem. Embury, 36, of Wingara St, drove through the front doors of the police station on a 250cc Suzuki motorcycle about 1.45am on September 18 and started revving it at an extraordinary level. She began to ride close to the counter and all the time was revving it. She was clad in full riding outfit with a leather jacket and full face helmet. Four police and a Corrective Services officer saw her and became extremely anxious. It was feared at one stage Embury was going to launch herself and the motorcycle into the inquiry counter. She had been ranting something about her son when she had entered the station. Police had rushed her and managed to get Embury from the motorcycle. Her eyes were bloodshot and she was speaking incoherently. A breath analysis gave a reading of .190 and she was charged with driving with the high-range prescribed concentration of alcohol. She admitted drinking an unknown number of full strength cans of beer for five hours until 1am. Police believed there was serious potential danger for Embury, themselves and any members of the public who may have tried to enter the public foyer at the time. Solicitor Mr Chris Halburd said Embury had just completed an eight-day alcohol detoxification program and had been accepted for a 10-month rehabilitation course. Embury was fined $400 and disqualified for two years, backdated to September 18.