A motorcyclist using at 150mph alongside an Essex street was caught out by his personal dashcam footage.
Jack Godfrey, from Basildon, was slapped with 200 hours of group service and banned from driving for 12 months after admitting harmful driving.
The 24-year-old was caught on 15 July using his “superbike” on the A130 by a street policing officer, after being initially adopted as a result of the letters on his registration plate had been too small.
Officers then noticed him enterprise autos at excessive pace earlier than he pulled onto the street the place he was in the end caught.
After he was stopped, the officer observed he had been utilizing a dashcam and suspected it had captured his driving – so seized the reminiscence card.
Upon overview by police, the dashcam had captured the rider’s earlier journeys, the place he had been driving at greater than 150mph whereas overtaking, and was even seen performing a wheelie whereas passing different autos.
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Constable Danny Wheeler, who led the investigation, mentioned: “There is no doubt that the rider drove in a dangerous manner that day, using the public roads of Chelmsford as a racetrack with no consideration for himself and the safety of other road users.
“The footage was horrific, a lot so that in interview, the rider admitted that even he was shocked by it and admitted he’d been silly.”