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Stretch limo owner fined

PUBLISHED: 09:08 22 December 2009 | UPDATED: 15:59 03 July 2010

The owner of a stretch limousine has been fined £175 for carrying passengers to a high school prom at the racecourse on June 27 without a proper licence.

The owner of a stretch limousine has been fined £175 for carrying passengers to a high school prom at the racecourse on June 27 without a proper licence. On Friday, Yarmouth magistrates heard the vehicle had no markings or plates saying it was licensed.

Mark Colman, of Lapwing Close, Bradwell, was fined £175 and ordered to pay £220 costs to the council after magistrates found him guilty of being the owner of a stretch limousine without having a private hire vehicle licence.


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