The 31-year-old, driving a Porsche, was reported by the Daily Mail to allegedly have registered 80 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath during the roadside test, more than double the legal limit of 35mg.
Henry Fitch, prosecuting, said Lloris had been driving at 15 miles per hour in a 30mph zone and veered "towards parked vehicles" before adjusting his course, also going through a red light.
The auto veered "towards parked vehicles" and then went through a red light, prosecutor Henry Fitch said. Vomit was discovered within the auto, and Lloris had to be helped from the vehicle by officers. "This kind of risky behaviour is selfish, illegal and puts lives at risk".
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The court heard that the goalkeeper had been out at a restaurant that evening, where he had been bought drinks by other customers. The legal limit is 35. He had initially booked a taxi but it cancelled, prompting Lloris to drive - something described by Mr Sonn as "the first of a number of unwise decisions". I made a mistake.
In a statement released on the day of his arrest, Spurs vowed to deal with Lloris internally and insisted the club "takes matters such as this extremely seriously".
Mr Sonn also acknowledged his client's fall from grace after being arrested.
Lloris, wearing a dark suit and no tie, was flanked by two members of his entourage as he made his way from his vehicle into the court, confronted by dozens of photographers and video journalists.
Lloris has been with Tottenham since joining from Lyon in 2012, making 256 appearances for the north London club.