Driver of this van forced to walk home on a red-hot day after police seized their vehicle in the Harborough district

The van appeared to be in “disrepair” - both officers soon found out that the driver didn’t have insurance or a driving licence either

Monday, 14th June 2021, 9:43 am
Updated Monday, 14th June 2021, 9:44 am

The driver of this van was forced to walk home on a red-hot day yesterday (Sunday) after they were pulled up by police in Harborough district.

They were stopped by Lutterworth-based officers because the vehicle appeared to be in “disrepair”.

And police quickly established that the driver didn’t have insurance or a driving licence either – and they are now facing a fine and penalty points.

The driver of this van was forced to walk home on a red-hot day yesterday (Sunday) after they were pulled up by police in Harborough district.
The driver of this van was forced to walk home on a red-hot day yesterday (Sunday) after they were pulled up by police in Harborough district.

“First stop check of the day for Lutterworth officers was this van that appears to be in disrepair,” said Harborough police.

“No insurance/driving licence was another issue!

“Points and a fine to follow, a walk home too.”