Police seize motorbike in Diss

PUBLISHED: 17:20 07 May 2018 | UPDATED: 17:20 07 May 2018




A motorcyclist who was spotted driving erratically in south Norfolk has been stopped by police and had their bike seized.

On Monday, May 7, South Norfolk Police stopped a motorcyclist in Frenze Hall Lane, Diss following reports of a bike being ridden ‘erratically’ in the area earlier in the day.

Upon stopping the bike, police reportedly discovered that the driver, a man in his 20s did not have a license or insurance and was riding a bike displaying the incorrect number plates.

Shortly before 3.30pm South Norfolk Police tweeted “This bike was seen driving around Diss and was stopped due to manor of riding. “Vehicle had been recently imported and was displaying a number plate belonging to another bike, had no insurance and the rider had no licence. Bike seized & TOR issued.”

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