PM Rishi Sunak was trolled on social media just two days ago for not wearing the seat belt of the car. However, he had also apologized to the countrymen for this. Though he unbuckled the seat belt just for a few moments to make a video, he realized his mistake after being trolled.
New Delhi: British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has also been fined for not wearing his car's seat belt for a short period of time. Britain's traffic police has given this information by tweeting. However, the police, without naming Sunak, tweeted that "we have fined a 42-year-old UK man for not wearing a car seatbelt." Must be filled inside. Otherwise, this amount will increase to Rs 500 if the matter goes to court.
PM Rishi Sunak was trolled on social media just two days ago for not wearing the seat belt of the car. However, he had also apologized to the countrymen for this. Though he unbuckled the seat belt just for a few moments to make a video, he realized his mistake after being trolled. After this PM Rishi Sunak had apologized for his mistake. Despite this, the traffic police has challaned the Prime Minister of Britain for violating traffic rules.
The belt was opened for a short time while making videos for social media
In fact, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was making videos for social media while driving in North-West England on Thursday. During this, he removed his seat belt for a very short time. Sage Sunak admits that this haste had resulted in a "brief error of judgement". After this, his video started becoming increasingly viral on social media, in which people started questioning the Prime Minister for not wearing a seat belt. For this he had apologized to the people of his country. Sunuk's Downing Street spokesman said he had only briefly removed his seatbelt and admits he made a mistake.
There is a fine of 100 to 500 pounds for not wearing a seat belt in Britain.
Failure to wear a seatbelt while driving or traveling while seated in the UK can result in an "on-the-spot" fine of £100. This rises to £500 if the matter goes to court. That is, if the person does not pay the fine amount on the spot, then he has to pay five times the fine when he goes to the court. Although PM Rishi Sunak was not fined on the first day. Now he has been fined. This is probably the first case in Britain when the Prime Minister of his country will have to pay a fine for not wearing a seat belt.