British man spends children's inheritance fighting £100 speeding ticket: Report

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LONDON: A British man said he spent tens of thousands of pounds in savings earmarked for his children's inheritance unsuccessfully fighting a ...

LONDON: A British man said he spent tens of thousands of pounds in savings earmarked for his children's inheritance unsuccessfully fighting a speeding fine - for £100 , the BBC reported on Tuesday .

But his ultimately futile fight has taken three years to wind its way through the courts - and cost Keedwell"the best part of £30,000" that he had eventually intended to pass on to his sons. The retired engineer told the British broadcaster that around £21,000 had gone on lawyers' fees, another £7,000 on court costs, plus travel expenses.

 

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