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Driver wanted by Polish police detained in UK

26.01.2022 19:00
A man wanted by Polish police for flouting a driving ban after a series of motoring offences was on Wednesday detained in London.
A Polish man identified as Robert N. and known as Frog was on Wednesday arrested in London, for flouting a driving ban imposed by a Polish court.
A Polish man identified as Robert N. and known as “Frog” was on Wednesday arrested in London, for flouting a driving ban imposed by a Polish court. Photo: Pixabay

The man, identified as Robert N. and known as 'Frog,' was arrested in the British capital at 6:30 a.m., Poland's PAP news agency reported.

A spokesman for the Polish police, Mariusz Ciarka, said “the hiding place was identified by Polish officers, who then asked British law enforcement authorities to arrest the wanted man.”

'Frog' was caught completely off guard, the PAP news agency reported.

He had been wanted for violating a court driving ban, an offence that came to light after he was stopped by a random police check in September 2018. In 2020, Robert N. was sentenced to a year and a half in prison.

Prosecutors last week vowed to appeal against another verdict in which he was acquitted of charges of speeding through an area near the south-central Polish city of Kielce.

“There can be no tolerance towards drivers who deliberately endanger others on the road,” the Polish Public Prosecutor's Office tweeted.

'Frog' first gained notoriety in June 2014, when footage of his high-speed drive through the streets of Warsaw, in defiance of traffic lights, was posted online.


Source: PAP