A motorist who was caught on camera drifting and undertaking doughnuts has been banned from driving for more than a year.
Daniel Bassett, 26, pleaded guilty to dangerous driving at Swindon Magistrates’ Court following he was filmed by a member of the public.
The movie demonstrates him drifting, undertaking doughnuts and heading the improper way on a roundabout in the city on 7 May.
He was banned from driving for 15 months and requested to have out 200 hrs of unpaid do the job.
He have to also pay back £85 in courtroom expenditures and a £95 surcharge, as perfectly as acquire an extended driving check right before his ban is lifted.
Assistant Chief Constable Deb Smith, of Wiltshire Law enforcement, reported: “We welcome the sentence handed down to Mr Bassett, his steps represented severely reckless behaviour and clear danger to people present and the broader general public.”
Supply: The Sun