Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud banned from driving after repeatedly speeding in his £150k Bentley

0
31


CHELSEA striker Olivier Giroud has been slapped with a driving ban after he was caught speeding in his Bentley four times in nine months.

The premier league star was spotted in his £150,000 motor doing 60mph in a 50mph on the North Circular.

BackGrid

The sports star has been caught driving dangerously four times in nine months[/caption]

The striker was clocked in his £150k Bentley speeding at 60mph on a 50mph stretch
The striker was clocked in his £150k Bentley speeding at 60mph on a 50mph stretch
Getty – Contributor

Premier League star Giroud, 32, was caught speeding four times between February and November last year, magistrates heard.

The French international, who was not present for the hearing at Willesden Magistrates Court, had three penalty points added to his licence after pleading guilty to the offence, taking his total to 12.

He was banned from the road for six months, fined £600 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £60 as well as costs of £85.

SIX MONTH BAN

Giroud, who is understood to earn at least £85,000 a week at Stamford Bridge, was given 14 days to pay up.

The court heard that Giroud, who lives in Battersea, south London, was snared by a speed camera in Willesden, north west London, doing 60mph in a 50mph zone along the A406 on May 2 last year.

Willesden Magistrates’ Court moved the former Arsenal player’s case from its listed slot in the afternoon to morning at the last minute.

Giroud did not attend court but was represented by Mark Haslam of BCL Solicitors.


A clerk confirmed Mr Haslam approached her and suggested the case be moved to the morning as Giroud was not going to attend, and that he was mistakenly told by the court the hearing was listed for the morning.

She said: “The lawyer phoned and had been told the case was listed for the morning – I don’t know who spoke to him, but I was informed by him that he was told it was in the morning.

“The defendant was not going to attend; this is standard practice.”

gavin rodgers/pixel 8000 ltd

The footballer got 12 points on his licence for his dodgy driving[/caption]

EPA

He did not attend the trial but pleaded guilty[/caption]


We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.


LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here