A "foolish and reckless" man who drive with his hands tied together "for a laugh" has been banned from the road.
James Hayter, aged 22, of Claremont Avenue in Gillingham, admitted dangerous driving and driving without insurance.
He was banned from driving for 12 months, received a 170-hour community order and was fined £420.
Hayter was stopped by police as he was driving out of a Co-op car park in Bay Road, Gillingham, on June 22 last year.
The car was insured to Hayter’s parents and he admitted that he was not insured to drive it.
The officers discovered that both of Hayter’s wrists were bound together through the steering wheel with black cable ties. He stated that his friend had done it for a laugh.