Tom Riall (pictured) leaving Sudbury Magistrates Court docket after pleading responsible to dashing at over 100mph on a 70mph twin carriageway in 2009
A velocity digital camera boss who was banned from driving for doing 102mph has as soon as once more been barred from Britain’s roads – this time for utilizing a cell phone.
From 2007 to 2013 Tom Riall was chief government of Serco, which put in about 4,500 velocity and visitors mild cameras throughout Britain.
He hit the headlines in early 2009 when he was caught doing over 100 miles per hour on a highway in Newmarket, Suffolk, which had a 70mph restrict.
The 58-year-old has now been handed a six-month driving ban for utilizing his cell phone whereas driving alongside the M4 close to Langley, Slough on April 9.
He denied the cost however was tried and convicted by a District Choose sitting at Studying Magistrates Court docket on Monday, August 13.
Alongside the six month driving ban he was handed a £2,500 high quality and ordered to pay £640 prices and a £250 sufferer surcharge.
Riall is now chief government officer for the multi-million pound Built-in Dental Holdings Group Restricted.
He labored for Serco from 2005 to 2013 earlier than shifting on to a short stint at The Priory.
Addressing his latest ban, a spokesman for Thames Valley Police stated: ‘On account of it being a excessive high quality, we put the press launch out as we wish to set an instance and present folks why they shouldn’t be on their cellphone while driving.’
Tom Riall (pictured) is now chief government of Built-in Dental Holdings Group Ltd, an organization which operates NHS and personal dental practices within the UK with gross sales figures of roughly £600m a 12 months. He has now been handed a six-month driving ban for utilizing his cell phone whereas driving alongside the M4
Investigating officer, Police Constable Jessica Barker of the Roads Policing Unit, stated: ‘Thames Valley Police take the offence of utilizing a cell phone while driving very severely.’
Riall of Ufton Nervet, Studying, apologised on the time of his unique driving ban.
Addressing magistrates, he stated: ‘In my position I’m all too conscious of the results of dashing.’
The courtroom heard that the married father of three had two earlier motoring convictions, together with a previous dashing offence, from 2006 and 2007.
Riall moved on from SERCO to work on the Priory Group, which supplies psychological well being providers, as chief government earlier than shifting to the Built-in Dental Holdings Group Ltd in Could 2017, an organization which operates NHS and personal dental practices within the UK with gross sales figures of roughly £600m a 12 months.
When contacted for a remark about his newest conviction Mr Riall replied “no remark”, whereas nobody was at his six-bedroomed dwelling on a secluded farm highway in west Berkshire to talk about the conviction.