MANCHESTER United ace Paul Pogba mugs for the cameras after laughing in court when a judge asked if he could afford a £350 speeding fine.
The 25-year-old, on more than £300,000 a week, was fined after Preston JPs heard he had admitted doing 40mph in a 30mph zone.
As he left court, Pogba mocked Sun photographer Jim Clarke and mimicked the action of taking a picture[/caption]
When told he should have no trouble paying in full, Pogba laughed and said: “Yes.” He left in a Rolls-Royce.
The World Cup winner was hauled before the magistrates’ court after failing to tell cops who was driving a car clocked for speeding.
But the charge was dropped after Pogba pleaded guilty to being caught by a speed camera driving at 40mph in a 30mph zone.
Midfielder Pogba, who cost a British record £89million from Juventus in 2016, was fined £350, £115 costs, £35 victim surcharge and given three points on his driving licence.
The football player told The Sun veteran Clarke ‘no more pictures mate, you’ve earned enough today’[/caption]
When District Judge Nicholas Sanders said he did not expect the star to have any problems paying the fine in full, a smiling Pogba laughed when he replied “yes.”
As he left court Pogba mocked Sun photographer Jim Clarke and mimicked the action of taking a picture. He told The Sun veteran Clarke: “No more pictures mate, you’ve earned enough today.”
The France international arrived at court in a £300,000 Rolls-Royce[/caption]
Paul Pogba faced charges for driving 10mph over the speed limit[/caption]
The 25 year-old laughed when being asked if he could afford a fine of £350[/caption]
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