Australian cricketer Shane Warne has escaped a driving ban after being caught travelling at 103mph on the M74 near Gretna.
The 43-year-old was fined £500 and had five penalty points added to his license at court in Dumfries.
However, a road safety charity have slammed the decision:
"High profile sports stars have a responsibility to set an example so it is particularly disturbing to see a role model such as Shane Warne endangering lives behind the wheel.
"Driving at 103 mph is dangerous and irresponsible and the consequences of this behaviour can be devastating.
"We would urge the courts to use the full range of sentencing powers available to them and ban drivers that are driving way in excess of the speed limit in order to provide a strong deterrent to others from taking similar risks.”
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