According to BBC, an unidentified man drove 3 hours (along with his 2 children) from Nottingham and London just so he could buy bread that was £1 (Rs. 82.56) cheaper.
The man was stopped by officers at about 22:40 BST on Sunday travelling to Nottingham northbound on the M1.
They said he had been in the car with his two young children and claimed bread in London was £1 cheaper.
Leicestershire Police said the man was handed two fixed penalty notices and reported to court for the speeding.
Just stopped a car doing 110mph on the M1 north. The purpose of the journey from Nottingham? To buy bread in London because it was £1 cheaper. He also had his 2 young children in the car! Reported to court. #thatcouldcostsomedough #StayAtHomeSaveLives pic.twitter.com/LX4TmEM4i5
— Leicestershire Roads Policing Unit (RPU) (@LeicsPoliceRPU) April 5, 2020
The distance between Nottingham and London is more than 120 miles.
The force said the man was stopped near Junction 22 in Leicestershire.