Piers Morgan avoids fine and penalty points after being busted for speeding

Piers Morgan avoids fine and penalty points after being busted for speeding

Piers Morgan has avoided a fine and points on his licence after being busted for speeding.

The Good Morning Britain host, 55, confirmed he’d been caught out but had been offered the option to take a speed awareness course online.

The courses are offered to those caught speeding who have not been convicted of any other speeding offence in the past three years and the most minor infractions.

Taking to Twitter today. Piers revealed he had completed his course via online video calling app Zoom.

He wrote: “Just completed an online speed awareness course… on Zoom.”

Those who take the course have to pay for it and the money can sometimes be equal to a fine, but speeders do avoid getting penalty points on their licence.

Piers Morgan has told fans he got caught speeding and had to take an online awareness course

Fans flocked to his page to mock the star over his admission, with one joking: “It’s a speed limit Piers, not a speed target.”

Another wrote: “That was fast.”

Even Piers’ GMB co-star Alex Beresford couldn’t resist getting a joke in, tweeting: “Did you race through it?”

He drives a £150,000 Aston Martin which is his pride and joy

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Piers drives a £150,000 Aston Martin, and loves the car so much he drives himself to work in it every day when he’s on GMB.

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During lockdown, the host famously griped that he was unable to get his beloved car cleaned a car washes were closed and the coronavirus rules prevented him from doing it himself on the street.

Piers rushed to the nearest car wash as soon as they reopened and proudly posted a picture of his clean motor.

About the author: Will Smith

Will covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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