British Prince Philip’s traffic troubles

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British Prince Philip in a car, EPA photo

Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:

Prince Philip on the road again shortly after collision, without a seat belt

The police in Norfolk gave the British prince Philip a reprimand because he was yesterday behind the wheel without a seat belt.

If the man behind the wheel without a seat belt shortly after causing a collision would not have been a prince, but unemployed/disabled Joe Bloggs, then I suspect police might have done a lot more than a ‘reprimand’.

According to the BBC: ‘A person caught not wearing a seatbelt could receive an on-the-spot £100 fine. If a case goes to court, the fine could increase to £500’.

On Thursday, the 97-year-old prince was involved in a car accident in which his Range Rover rolled over. Philip remained unharmed, unlike a passenger in the other car involved in the collision. She broke her wrist.

British tabloids yesterday placed photos…

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