I think it’s about time that George Michael should just give up driving altogether. The singer slammed his Range Rover into the back of a truck in southeast England.
Truck driver Lawrie Rowe, 43, was driving the lorry with which Michael collided and claimed the “Careless Whisper” star “must have been doing 100 mph”.
“I was driving at 45 mph in the inside lane when I saw a car come speeding up behind me, its lights on full beam,” he told The Sun newspaper.
“It must have been doing about 100 mph and was weaving all over the place as if it was overtaking and undertaking. It smashed into the back of my cab and I felt a hell of a thump.
“His car went spinning across the outside lane and into the central barrier before bouncing back into my cab. He then hit the barrier again.”
As you recall this is not Michael’s first vehicle infraction. In February 2006, George was cautioned for drug possession. In April 2006, he hit three parked cars in his Range Rover outside his home in Highgate, North London.
On May 15, 2006, the singer crashed near there after nodding off while listening to his iPod. Later that year, in the early hours of October 1, police arrested Michael after finding him unconscious in his Mercedes at a junction in North-West London.
He was banned from driving for two year. Looks like he may have just bought himself another two years.
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