A driver in South Yorkshire has been jailed for advertising on Facebook for a volunteer to take his speeding penalty points.
Scott Woodburn, 32, received a five-month sentence last month for paying another man, Daniel Baggaley, to admit a speeding offence.
According to the South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership, he posted on Facebook asking someone to take the points in return for payment.
Baggaley, who does not hold a driving licence, took up his offer and admitted the speeding offence and was paid £250.
On top of the five-month prison sentence, Woodburn was disqualified from driving when he appeared at Sheffield Crown Court on December 19.
Baggaley, 26, received an 11-week prison sentence suspended for 12 months and a 12-month supervision order when he admitted the same offence in June last year.