A former Dubbo resident who "had a few wines" and crashed into a car wept in court when she was convicted of high-range drink driving.
Annabel Katherine Kensit, 23, of Mudgee, pleaded guilty to being more than three times over the legal limit when she got behind the wheel while she was drunk in the early hours of August 8.
In a statement of agreed facts presented in court, police said Kensit had been drinking at a friend's house in South Dubbo before she chose to get behind the wheel at about 2am.
With two passengers, Kensit drove a Ford Focus north along Fitzroy Street.
As she approached the corners of Fitzroy and Denison Streets, Kensit crashed the car into the rear drivers side door of a parked Lexus sedan.
Airbags were deployed on impact and police said the vehicle rotated 90 degrees in an anti-clockwise direction.
"I've had a few wines tonight," Kensit told police before they breath tested her after the collision.
A reading of 0.163 was recorded and police charged Kensit with high-range drink driving.
In the statement of agreed facts, police said while Kensit was in custody at Dubbo Police Station she "did appear to find the situation humorous".
In Dubbo Local Court on Wednesday Kensit's legal representative said his client did not find the situation funny.
An "embarrassed" and "scared" Kensit made a "moronic decision" to drive to get food, the legal representative told the court.
Magistrate Gary Wilson said there was no excuse for Kensit's conduct.
"For someone who's supposedly an intelligent woman, these were acts of stupidity," he said.
Kensit cried in court as Magistrate Wilson took into account her otherwise good character and lack of a criminal record.
Magistrate Wilson fined Kensit $1000, disqualified her from driving for nine months and placed her on a two-year alcohol interlock device program to prevent her from drink driving.