By Ben Tavener, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Rio State deputy Pedro Augusto, who represents the PMDB (Brazilian Democratic Movement Party) party, was stopped on Saturday night as part of an operation aimed at stopping drunk-driving on Brazil's roads – Operação Lei Seca (“Operation Dry Law”), but refused to give a breath test.
The 48-year-old deputy, who is also a radio presenter, a Catholic merchandise impresario and a singer, was stopped whilst driving his BMW in the Botafogo, in Rio’s Zona Sul (South . . .