P-plater caught traveling with an incredible 176 kmu claims that he had to speed up the limit almost three times because he was & # 39; too late to work & # 39;
- Teen caught 176 km / h in a 60 km / h zone in the western suburbs of Sydney
- P-plater caught in a Ford Falcon XR6 in a dead end in Pemulwuy, police say
- & # 39; I am late for work & # 39; he would have told the police if he had stopped. License suspended
A P-plater accused of traveling at nearly three times the speed limit on a road in western Sydney would have told the police that he was late for work.
The 19-year-old man was traced at a speed of 176 km / h in a 60 km / h zone in a dead-end street in Pemulwuy, around 6:00 am on Saturday, police said.
The driver, on his red P-plates – one step higher than a student's license – was seen by the police when he caught up with another motorist on Reconciliation, police said.
NSW police say they caught a teenage P-plate motorist on Saturday morning at 176 km / h
The driver, with a male passenger in the front seat next to him, accelerated from 155 km / h to 176 km / h in three seconds and went through a series of traffic lights, police said.
The Ford Falcon XR6, which was registered with another person, was then run over, police said.
The driver, who had been on his red P-plate for eight months, had his head on the steering wheel and covered his face with his hands. while a male passenger sat next to him.
The police asked the driver why he drove more than 110 km / h over the speed limit of 60 km / h.
He said: & # 39; I am late for work & # 39 ;, police said.
The driver's license was immediately suspended and he will have to attend Blacktown Local Court at a later date in order to cope with driving taxes related to speeding.
The P-plater covered his face with his hands when he stopped. His license was suspended
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