Drivers who ignored police advice not to drink and drive during the World Cup will now have to pay the penalty.

Officers across Surrey conducted 898 breath tests and administered 83 drug tests over the campaign resulting in 130 arrests (60 for drug driving), 43 charges, 133 verbal warnings, 405 fixed penalty notices and 11 court summons.

Nine out of 10 of those arrested for drink driving were males between 25 and 34 - while those arrested for drug driving were mostly male aged 18 to 24.

Sergeant Adam Dedman, of Surrey and Sussex Roads Policing Unit, said: "This year's campaign shows us that while our message is getting through to some, there are still people out there driving under the influence of drink or drugs.

"The latest drink drive campaign may have finished but we are out there on the roads every day looking out for those who take their own and other's lives in their hands by driving while intoxicated.

"We would encourage anyone who spots someone about to drink or drug drive to report them."

People in Surrey can text officers on 65999 with details of people they suspect or phone 999.

You can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or www.crimestoppers-uk.org