Aaron Wan-Bissaka fined £600 for speeding offence during lockdown

According to reports, Manchester United right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been fined and handed six penalty points on his driving licence after a speeding offence.

The Evening Standard claim the 22-year-old was stopped by police whilst driving into London on the M1 at a staggering speed of 104mph.

Wan-Bissaka committed the offence on April 1, which was the second week of the lockdown in England, and might wonder what business he had travelling around when the country was asked to stay at home. We can only assume the former Crystal Palace defender is Manchester bound now and not South London where he originates from.

But Wan-Bissaka won’t need to answer any questions on his whereabouts. He is expected to follow the rules of the road.

The Standard claim AWB was driving his Mercedes G-Wagon at the time.

PC Geoffrey Green admitted in the statement that there were other passengers in the car.

The United defender said he was guilty to the offence in writing and was handed a fine of £600 and ordered to pay costs and fees of £160 by magistrates in Bromley.

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