A professional footballer was awarded points on his driver's license for a total higher than what his team achieved in the league this season, according to the police unit that dragged him.
The official Twitter account for the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, and Hertfordshire traffic police units tweeted a picture of the culprit's vehicle early in the morning on Sunday morning after identifying the violations of the # 39; a driver.
The officer in charge of the account wrote: "Using your mobile phone next to a marked RPU unit (traffic police unit) at the traffic lights will make you a chat.
"No insurance will earn you a long walk home.
"Add the 2 bald tires and you're looking at a lot of fines and points to add to the 6 you already have."
Explaining to another Twitter user how many points on the license will create the crimes, the official account stated that he would assign six points for the use of a mobile phone, six points for not having insurance and six points to have bald tires: "18 plus 6 ha".
"He has more points than his football team playing as a professional," they added.
Since then the tweet has been canceled. The Bedfordshire police were unable to confirm the reasons for its cancellation.
A potential 53 of the 92 professional football teams in the country has not yet scored 24 points from the start of the season, which means that the alleged perpetrator is one of hundreds of players.