A local Tim Hortons had its fair share of action on Sunday night after an impaired driver was spotted in the area. The driver ended up smashing into another car at the coffee chain's drive-thru in the town of Georgina. York Regional Police later released a video of the incident and the footage shows the moments leading to his arrest.\nAccording to York Regional Police, officers responded to a call of an impaired driver on Sunday, April 5.\nAfter questioning the 31-year-old man behind the wheel in the Town of Georgina, he was placed under arrest and charged with impaired driving.\nIn the footage posted by York Regional Police, officers can be seen approaching the driver in a Tim Hortons' parking lot.\nAfter briefly questioning the suspect on his alcohol levels, they ask him to take a sobriety test.\nThe driver initially refuses the officer's request before reluctantly taking the test and failing. He was then immediately placed under arrest.\n“On Sunday, April 5, 2020, at approximately 9 p.m., York Regional Police received a call to 9-1-1 from a concerned citizen who had spotted a suspected impaired driver in the drive-through line at a coffee shop located at 24266 Woodbine Avenue," read the police statement.\nIMPAIRED - Thanks to a 9-1-1 call from a concerned citizen this impaired driver was arrested and charged after bumping a car in a Keswick drive-through. Our entire community is watching for impaired drivers. #NotOneMore Click the link for more info --> https://t.co/GBHrhYQjq6 pic.twitter.com/RH9lZekypg— York Regional Police (@YRP) April 9, 2020\n"The caller advised that he had seen the suspect bump into another car in the drive-through. When the driver exited his vehicle to see if there was any damage, he appeared to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs,” it continued.\nHowever, this isn't the only impaired driver that police have to deal with over the past week.\n107 Impaired Driving charges were laid on OPP-patrolled roadways last week. Thanks to #OPP officers for remaining vigilant during this challenging time. #DriveSober. pic.twitter.com/QmTbfaogsc— Ontario Provincial Police (@OPP_News) April 9, 2020\nOntario Provincial Police also reported on Twitter on Thursday that they handed out 107 impaired driving charges just last week.\nOn top of that, the OPP has also warned that there has been an increase in stunt-driving charges over the past month as drivers continue to take advantage of the empty roadways.\nPolice have reported multiple cases of cars being caught going over 200 km/h.\nBack in March, a Toronto driver was found going 213 km/h on Highway 401, which is just as fast as a high-speed train.