Sydney driver charged after ‘clocked at 210km/h on M4’

A young man has been charged and had his licence plates confiscated after police allegedly caught him doing 210km/h on Sydney’s M4.

The 22-year-old, from Marayong, was pulled over about 1.45am today when he was allegedly observed travelling up to 100km above the speed limit near Eastern Creek.

“Police recorded a speed of 210km/h in the signposted 100km/h zone and directed the driver to stop,” NSW Police said in a statement.

He was issued a future court attendance notice for speeding dangerously.

Police said his number plate and licence were confiscated “on the spot” for three months.

Double demerits are currently in force across New South Wales for the Anzac Day long weekend, with police targeting high-risk behaviour.

“During double demerit periods, points apply for offences such as speeding, illegal use of mobile phones, not wearing a seat belt and riding without a motorcycle helmet,” police said.

The man will appear on Mt Druitt Local Court on Wednesday 25 May 2022.

Reference-www.9news.com.au

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