A father and son from Cambridgeshire who claimed not to remember who was the driver of a car caught going nearly 100mph along the M25 have failed to overturn their sentences.
Gabriel Tun, 24, and his dad Lionel Tun, 53, both from The Chantry in Fulbourn near Cambridge, were fined and given six points on each of their licences following a hearing in Colchester back in August.
The pair were contacted by police after a silver BMW M3 was caught on a speed camera on the M25 at Epping travelling at 96mph.
They responded claiming they could not remember who was driving and both ended up at Colchester Magistrates' Court for failing to give information relating to the identification of a driver.
The father and son - who was the registered keeper of the car - were found guilty and, between them, had to pay more than £1,500 in fines and costs.
Earlier this month (October), they attempted to appeal those sentences but were unsuccessful and fined a further £520.