Man Drives To London For Cheaper Bread, Gets Arrested For Breaking Lockdown Rules

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.

The distance between Nottingham and London is more than 120 miles.

The force said the man was stopped near Junction 22 in Leicestershire.

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