Worcester man banned for using mobile phone while driving – Worcester News

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A Worcester man has been banned from the road after using his phone while driving.
Paul Menel drove a Citroen vehicle on Priory Road in Hornsey, north London, while using a phone on January 15, 2021.
The 59-year-old, of Catherine Road, denied the offence but was found guilty by Willesden magistrates on July 22.
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Sentencing Menel on September 1, magistrates imposed a £60 fine and a six-month driving ban.
They also told Menel to pay a £34 victim surcharge and £600 in court costs.
Menel has until January 31 to pay the £694 he owes the court.
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