Fast-driving driver caught watching cricket on his phone is hit with 24 points at one time

Caught! Fast-driving driver who attached his phone to the wheel to look at the cricket was hit by 24 points at a time

  • The driver was stabbed with 24 points after being caught on the fast driving Sunday
  • Man had kept cricket by attaching his phone to the wheel
  • A two-year-old child was discovered unbridled in the back of the vehicle

A fast-driving driver was hit with 24 points in one go after being caught tracking the cricket score behind the wheel.

The cricket fanatic was run over by the police on Cumberland Highway in Smithfield, New South Wales on Sunday at approximately 10.10 a.m.

He was caught at 96 km / h in a zone of 70 km / h.

The driver, 33, had secured his cell phone on his handlebars, showing live updates from the Australia v India competition.

The driver, 33, was astonished when the police approached the car and discovered that he had attached his phone to his steering wheel to keep up with the cricket

The driver, 33, was astonished when the police approached the car and discovered that he had attached his phone to his steering wheel to keep up with the cricket

& # 39; Sir, you can't have that & # 39 ;, says the police officer in the video recorded by NSW Police.

& # 39; That's so dangerous. I've never had that in my life. & # 39;

A two-year-old child was also found unrestrained in the back of the car.

The man from Liverpool received three notifications of violation with a total of 24 penalty points.

Double demerits points are effective on NSW and the ACT from midnight on Thursday June 6 and apply until midnight on Monday June 10.

Dual demerit points apply to speeding violations, seat belts, motorcycle helmets and violations of mobile phones.

If a motorist is caught while using his telephone during a double demerit period, they will be hit with a fine and a maximum of 10 penalty points.

Cricket fan & # 39; s double pointed point stitch:

1. Exceed speed limit of more than 20 km / h (8 points)

2. Driver uses mobile phone when not allowed (10 points)

3. Child older than two, but less than 4 years old, not reserved as prescribed (6 points)

Source: New South Wales Police

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