MARK Noone was arrested after being found in a "befuddled" state sitting in someone else's car. Blackburn magistrates gave Noone a conditional discharge for 12 months after hearing that he had already spent a week in custody.

Noone, 23, of Laburnum Road, Little Harwood, Blackburn, pleaded guilty to interfering with a vehicle in Providence Street.

Philip Potter, prosecuting, said the car owner found Noone rifling through the glove box.

He was detained by the owner and He later told police that he could not remember anything about the incident because he had taken prescribed medicine.

Roger Pickles, defending, said Noone had taken too much of the medication and mixed it with alcohol.