Maserati gets Yengeni in trouble

2012-07-10 09:08
Tony Yengeni

Tony Yengeni

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Cape Town - Traffic police in Cape Town pulled off Tony Yengeni on Monday after he was caught driving his Maserati without a front number plate.

The Sowetan reported that the former ANC chief whip and convicted fraudster also had an expired licence disc.

Yengeni apparently had the front number plate in the car and showed it to the officers. He also apparently had an updated licence disc but this had not been put on display on the car window.

He was given two fines adding up to R800.

A Cape Town councillor said it was common for people to drive without number plates as it helped them evade traffic cameras.

Yengeni, who currently heads the ANC's political school, could not be reached for comment on Monday.

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