Three police drew their revolvers to arrest a motorist in Wan Chai after a car chase yesterday. The 37-year-old garage attendant was arrested for furious driving and possession of dangerous drugs. He was being questioned at Wan Chai police station last night. The 3.5km chase began about 3.30am after a speed gun clocked a car travelling at 97km/h in a 50km/h zone on Gloucester Road outside the Excelsior Hotel. A constable gave chase on a motorcycle. Officers set up a roadblock on Gloucester Road opposite Queen Elizabeth House and succeeded in stopping the car. 'A sergeant and two constables approached the car and ordered the driver to stop the engine and come out,' a police spokesman said. 'The driver ignored the warning and reversed towards the sergeant, who managed to dodge. 'He then tried to drive into the wrong path of a flyover but was blocked by oncoming vehicles. 'As our officers issued another warning, the driver lowered himself inside the cabin [as if] he was going to pick up something. 'Our three officers then drew their guns, ordering the man not to move. He then raised his hands and we arrested him.'