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Former England international Jay Bothroyd could be banned from driving after being caught using a mobile phone whilst driving near Hyde Park in February.

Bothroyd, who already has nine points on his driving licence, was not present at City of London magistrates court last week, where he was found guilty of using a mobile phone while driving.

The QPR striker was caught using his mobile phone whilst driving his £150,000 Bentley. He also accused a police officer of lying.

His sentencing was postponed until July 5th. Prosecutor Mavis Ramkissoon warned: "If he doesn't come, he's liable to be disqualified in his absence."

Former England International Jay Bothroyd faces driving ban for mobile phone use


17 June 2013



Southampton striker Tadanari Lee has been banned from driving after being caught breaking the speed limit for the third time in three months.

The £1million-a-year Japan star was caught driving at almost double the speed limit in the centre of Southampton.

He was fined £665 and banned for six months.

Southampton Magistrates’ Court heard how the 27-year-old was clocked by a speed camera travelling at 58mph in a 30mph zone in his Mercedes-Benz C250 on October 23 last year.

Lee did not attend the hearing but pleaded guilty to the charge, which led to a reduction in his fine.

Magistrate John Moore put six points on the footballer’s licence - Lee already had to two sets of three points applied in November and December of last year when he was also caught speeding.

Lee arrived at St Mary’s to huge fanfare after signing on a free transfer from Sanfrecce Hiroshima in January 2012.

He won the club’s goal of the season in 2011-12 but his career at Saints stalled due to a foot injury.

He was sent on a four-month loan to his former club FC Tokyo in February.


From the Daily Mail

Southampton striker Tadanari Lee banned after speeding 3 times in 3 months


24 May 2013