Premier league striker Peter Crouch has been disqualified from driving for six months after clocking up 21 penalty points on his licence.
In March 2012, Crouch was recorded travelling 69mph in a 40mph zone and 70mph in a 40mph zone in April.
The footballer was automatically banned under ‘totting-up’ procedures.
He was fined £1,300 at Nuneaton Magistrates’ Court for two offences of failing to identify the driver of a vehicle alleged to have exceeded the speed limit on the M42/M6 toll road in Warwickshire.
Crouch was also ordered to pay £170 in costs and had his licence endorsed with a further 12 penalty points giving him an automatic disqualification.