A drunk driver who blew more than four times over the legal limit and was arrested after tailgating an unmarked police car has been ordered to appear in court for sentencing. Jason Michael Borrett, 42, was due to be sentenced in Rockingham Magistrates Court on November 29, after entering endorsed pleas of guilty to one count of driving under the influence and one count of no authority to drive, but did not show. Police prosecutor Sen. Const. Mick Fallows told the court that about 2.30pm on October 9, Mandurah police had been driving in an unmarked car along Endeavour Drive in Port Kennedy when the driver of a Ford Ranger started tailgating them. Police pulled over the driver and found he was not authorised to drive the vehicle. The court was told the 42-year-old underwent a breath analysis returning a blood alcohol reading of 0.214, which is more than four times the legal limit. The minimum court penalty for a first offence of driving with a blood alcohol content over 0.15 is a $1700 fine and 10-month licence disqualification. Magistrate Linda Keane issued a summons for Borrett to appear in court on December 19 for sentencing.