The Everton player was put to custody for more than an hour at the roadside in Highgate before his car was taken by the officers.
It was reported that this was his second stop by Met officers in a month last summer. He was surprised when he was shown the speed gun reading, Bromley magistrates heard. This could be that he was confused because the speedometer on his French car is in km.
The Everton midfielder who earns 120,000 euros per week, accepted flouting the road rules on both occasions. He faces the possibility of a driving ban when the case is sentenced on August 2 because he has no driving insurance.
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