... Nor me, I nearly choked when they were described as the new Morecambe and Wise!
Two men paid for doing one man's job badly
One similarity might be that they come as a set. The one with short fat hairy legs never really made it on his own. Dec might be in a similar poition.
I've been wondering why the driver - who's not been officially named by the police - was released on bail, rather than charged and bailed to a court hearing.
In the original days of breath testing, suspects who had failed the test using chemical crystals in a glass tube were required to provide blood or urine specimens for lab analysis and were only charged immediately if they refused. Otherwise, they were released when they were fit to drive and proceedings were on hold, pending the report from the forensic science lab. With the introduction of definitive breath testing machines ie good enough for court, it became normal to charge suspects immediately. AFAIK, in borderline cases, the suspect still has a right to have the machine analysis compared with a blood/urine specimen, which introduces a delay in any court proceedings, but a borderline reading wouldn't tie in with a long period before the suspect was fit to drive.
Another possibility is a suspicion of something else impairing fitness to drive, which would need a lab analysis of specimens.