The judge that tried Lloris explained that the punishment was increased due to the fact that the footballer wasn't traveling alone.

Hugo Lloris had to spent a few hours in jail after failing to pass an alcohol test on August 24, and he's finally been handed a sanction for his involvement in a drink-driving incident.

The player, who admitted his guilt, was pulled over by a police officer after spending a night out with some friends. After failing to pass the test, he pleaded guilty to all charges today, forcing Judge Amanda Barron to slap him with a $65,000 fine. Furthermore, Lloris won't be able to drive for the next 20 months.

The judge stated that the presence of a passenger in Lloris' vehicle made things worse for the goalkeeper, because he risked his life and his friend's due to his recklessness.

The report on Lloris stated that the player nearly doubled the allowed alcohol rate for a driver to be behind the wheel in the U.K.. The report also revealed that Lloris had to be helped to step out of his vehicle due to his inconvenient state.