A driver wrongly hit with a £100 speeding fine despite his car being parked in a lay-by has been told human error led to the blunder.
Dave Copeland was inside a Chinese takeaway in Telford waiting for his order when a passing motorbike triggered a speed camera.
An investigation by the West Mercia Safer Roads Partnership found that Mr Copeland's vehicle was captured in the same photograph as the offending bike, which was doing 35mph in a 30mph zone.
A safer roads partnership spokeswoman said:
Mr Copeland contacted the partnership to complain after being informed of the supposed offence on October 30.
The 35-year-old electrician was then assured that the speed camera picture showed his car in a lay-by.