Police seize a motorbike in Diss

PUBLISHED: 11:08 14 March 2018

South Norfolk Police seized a bike in Diss. Picture: South Norfolk Police

South Norfolk Police seized a bike in Diss. Picture: South Norfolk Police


Police have stopped two motorbikes in a South Norfolk Town for being driven in a careless and anti-social manor.

Officers in Diss have been tackling anti-social driving, in and around the Manor Road area of the town, issuing one bike with a Section 59 notice and seizing a second bike for not having insurance.

On Tuesday, March 13, South Norfolk Police tweeted “Two motorbikes stopped on Manor Road, Diss for riding in a careless and anti social manor.

“One rider was given a Sec. 59 notice the other had his bike seized for having no insurance.”

A Section 59 Notice, of the Police Reform Act gives police the power to seize a vehicle if they believes is being driven inconsiderately or carelessly and causing, or is likely to cause, alarm, distress or annoyance to members of the public.

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