Marouane Fellaini banned from driving after being caught speeding twice in six minutes
It’s the fastest he’s moved all season.
Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has been banned from driving after being caught speeding twice in six minutes in May of this year.
The well-coiffed Belgian has been on the bench more than he’s started for the Red Devils this season and his campaign went from bad to worse with a sentence imposed on him at Manchester Magistrates Court yesterday.
According to the Manchester Evening News, Fellaini was clocked driving at 81mph in a 40mph zone in Sale on the afternoon of May 7 and then clocked driving at 59mph in a 30mph zone just six minutes later.
He already had 15 points on his license.
Fellaini wrote a letter of apology that the court heard was “entirely genuine” and as well as banning him from driving for nine months, magistrates fined him £1,188 and ordered him to pay £170 court costs, a £150 criminal court charge, and a £120 victim surcharge.
We’re sure it won’t burn too large a hole in his pocket.