Written by Ellis Ian Fields

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Topics: Law, Court case

Wednesday, 29 June 2011

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Sprench yesterday.

A Ryanfly executive ended up paying more than his fine when he appeared before magistrates for driving offences.

Trevor Sprench, 46, of Blenkinsop Gardens, Manningtree, pleaded guilty to driving without due care and driving without lights. He was found not guilty of failing to give way at a junction. He was fined £200 and had six points added to his licence.

But that wasn't all he had to cough up.

"They fleeced me good and proper," Sprench said: "When I turned up at the court the usher showed me where to wait and told me that would be £5.

"Later, when my case was called, the usher charged me another £5 to show me the way to the court.

"Then when they read the charges and told me to plead, they charged me £10 each for my two guilty pleas and £20 for the not guilty."

A spokesman for courts said: "Got what he deserved. Soon as we heard he worked for Ryanfly we decided he would get a taste of his own medicine.

"He didn't try to use the toilets, unfortunately. That was going to be another tenner!"

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