Jim Davidson has been given a six-month driving ban for refusing to name who was behind the wheel of his luxury sports car when it was snapped over the speed limit.
The comicís £135,000 convertible Aston Martin DB9 Volante was snapped at 39mph in a 30 zone in Maidstone, Kent.
When first asked who was driving, Maidstone magistrates heard that Davidson replied: ĎIím still making enquiries as to who was actually driving, but is it OK if I nominate someone I donít like?í
He received several subsequent letters from the police asking him to name the diver, but repeatedly claimed that he did not know, the court was told. Davidson told magistrates he was probably in the vehicle but was unsure if it was him or his bodyguard behind the wheel.
The car was leased, and the firm that owned it gave Davidsonís name when it was snapped last September.
He was found guilty of failing to provide information about a driverís identity. He was given six points, leading to a ban because he already had points on his licence. He was also told to pay £1,000 in fines and £750 costs.
Davidson is due to appeal.
In May last year, Davidson was fined £130 for speeding even though he claimed he was not driving when his car was clocked at 96mph in Devon.