Motorbike misuse

PUBLISHED: 13:30 01 March 2007 | UPDATED: 13:51 04 May 2010

TEENAGER Matthew Easey was landed with a £200 bill after admitting he allowed someone to use his motorcycle in the Waitrose car park at Ely without any of the necessary documents. Easey, 19, of Ely Road, permitted Christopher Whitehead to use the machine

TEENAGER Matthew Easey was landed with a £200 bill after admitting he allowed someone to use his motorcycle in the Waitrose car park at Ely without any of the necessary documents.

Easey, 19, of Ely Road, permitted Christopher Whitehead to use the machine without insurance or an MoT certificate and not in accordance with his provisional licence on August 8 last year.

Ely magistrates fined Easey a total of £165 with £35 costs.


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