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“He lost consciousness”: he was pinched on the highway at 216 km/h, 10 minutes after receiving the fine.

“He lost consciousness”: he was pinched on the highway at 216 km/h, 10 minutes after receiving the fine.

The 23-year-old French driver, who had just been stopped at high speed on a motorway in northwest France on Saturday, wouldn't have taken long to do it again, although he was caught just ten minutes later. ..at a speed of 216 km/h.

“[Mes collègues] He warned me to pay attention. I observed a speed of 216 km/h at peak travel time. The perpetrator justified himself by being late for work, and I assume he was a little angry after the first inspection that he delayed…” explained Officer Noel Bigigny, who intercepted the driver, according to Ouest France.

On Saturday, Manchey Gendarmerie forces were inspecting heavy goods transport vehicles on a road northwest of the country, when they were apparently surprised by the noise and speed of the car, which was being overheated by its driver, according to media reports. French.

If the police had not been able to accurately determine the driver's speed at that moment, the latter would have admitted the violation by objecting, to the point that he would have received a fine of 90 euros, or about $130.

Except that if he saw him speeding, someone would have warned his colleague, who was on the road, to keep a close eye on the perpetrator, who was already late for work, “West France” continued.

The radar would then have shown a speed of 216 km/h as he passed, in a maximum zone of 80 km/h, this time forcing officers to immediately confiscate his car and licence.

The police force, which did not put its tongue in its pocket to describe the driver's behavior as “unconscious”, indicated on Facebook that he would now have to travel on foot or bike.

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He now faces a fine of 1,500 euros, more than $2,190, as well as a three-year license suspension, according to the French newspaper.