Comedian Don Maclean has been banned from driving for 12 months after admitting drink-driving.
The 63-year-old, who lives in Solihull, appeared before the town's magistrates where he pleaded guilty.
The court heard that Maclean was stopped by police on patrol in Marshall Lake Road, Solihull, after they spotted a Mazda car drifting very close to the kerb.
Maclean was arrested and a breath test showed he had 34 microgrammes of alcohol in 100ml of breath - 1mg below the breath alcohol limit.
Maclean's solicitor, Mark Croft, told the court a blood test later showed he had "crept over the limit".
In addition to the ban, magistrates fined Maclean £750 and ordered him to pay £425 costs.