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Swiss Flasher

Kathryn Quinn

Swiss motorist Peter Sturzenegger, 62, has been left with a 6,000 GBP fine for driving 10 miles over the speed limit at St Gallen after a four year legal battle in which he insisted he had not been in the area when the picture was taken.

The grainy black and while image shows him looking ahead as the snap is taken of his Toyota but he insists that the data must have been manipulated in some way to land him with the fine.

But the high court rejected his claim and he now has to pay the original fine plus court fees of over 6,000 - plus a legal bill of three times that.

He said: "If you are a little man nobody wants to believe you."

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