|China to Deport Speeding Foreign-born Motorists|
|by Tom McGregor||Wed, Dec 11, 2013, 11:17 PM|
BEIJING: The Chinese government intends to deport motorists who get speeding tickets while driving a car or riding a motorcycle in the country. The new law went into effect after a foreigner bumped into a Chinese pedestrian while riding his motor bike.
According to China Radio International, "A male foreigner who was involved in an incident of "foreign man blackmailed when helping a woman who fell down" will be fined and deported from China for illegal activities, Beijing police said on Wednesday."
Chinese police officers are launching a nationwide crackdown to deport speedy motorists.
As reported by China Radio International, "He was given punishment including seven-day detention and a fine of 1,500 yuan for his aforementioned violations of traffic regulations, said police."
Chinese employers who whire speedy drivers could face fines of up to 20,000 yuan.
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