Manchester United defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been struck with a driving ban after being found guilty of multiple offences.
Wan-Bissaka, who is a key figure in the Man United defence, previously pleaded guilty to driving whilst unqualified and driving without insurance, as is reported by the BBC.
As if that wasn’t enough wrongdoing, the full-back also later admitted to failing to provide driver details following TWO speeding offences.
His defence, as was pleaded by his lawyer, was that the letters informing him of the penalties had in fact been sent to an address he was no longer living at.
The total punishment for Wan-Bissaka, as is mentioned in the report by the BBC, was a six-month ban from driving, as well as a total of £31,850 worth of fines and fees.
According to Spotrac, Wan-Bissaka earns in the region of £90k-a-week at Man United. Paying the fines will be no trouble, but the ban will of course be an inconvenience.
At 24-years-old, Wan-Bissaka is still very young and ought to be forgiven for silly mistakes of this nature that he makes, should he be taught a lesson and learn from it.
Perhaps the number of Ubers he’ll be ordering over the next six months as he serves his driving ban will be enough to steer him away from any future wrongdoing.