Driver, 80, nailed for stunt driving

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It appears speeding is not isolated to young drivers.

According to the OPP, of the three people arrested over the past week for stunt driving along Highway 401 through Chatham-Kent, one was an octogenarian.

On Dec. 9, an officer clocked a westbound vehicle doing 168 km/h in a posted 100-km/h zone.

The Kitchener driver, aged 80, faces stunt-driving charges.

They are not alone, however. Four days earlier, police pulled a vehicle over after it lit up the radar gun to the tune of 175 km/h on the 401.

In that instance, a 29-year-old Windsor driver was charged.

On Dec. 11, another westbound vehicle and another stunt driving charge. This time, it was for 168 km/h, and the 28-year-old driver hailed from Maple, Ont.

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