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MasterChef's Ben Ungermann convicted of drink driving

The MasterChef Australia hopeful has been banned from driving for two months after an incident that took place in Brisbane. Read the full story on Now To Love.

The Daily Telegraph reports that Ben Ungermann, a strong contender on this season of MasterChef Australia, has been charged and convicted for low-range drink driving in Brisbane.
The publication claims the 32-year-old was sentenced to a two-month driving ban and $400 fine.
In a bizarre twist, Ben, a father-of-three, was actually pulled over on May 26 by fellow MasterChef season 9 star, Nicole's sister - Constable Leah Stevenson.
Ben is one of the remaining finalists on season nine of the hit cooking show.
Fellow contestant Nicole - who was part of the top 24 this season - is also connected to the incident, as her sister was the one who initially pulled Ben over.
While Ben is yet to comment on the situation, a spokesman for the makers of MasterChef released a statement.
“Ben feels deeply remorseful about making this one-off judgment error and respects the actions of the police and the verdict of the court."