Driving instructor caught eating muesli while behind the wheel in Oxford

Driving instructor caught eating muesli while behind the wheel

Driving instructor caught eating muesli while behind the wheel

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A driving instructor was caught by the police eating a bowl of muesli behind the wheel.

Officers from the Thames Valley Roads Policing team stopped a man between 8.30am and 9am on Garsington Road.

Police spokeswoman Hannah Williams confirmed that the driver was fined £100 and given three penalty points.

She said: “A driver was stopped on Garsington Road for driving without full control of the vehicle. He was issued a fixed penalty notice.”



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