Mike van Herp, 49, riding his bike in the Kensington area. West London in April last year and took a photo while The 43-year-old ex-England international is driving a Mercedes G-Wagon with a coffee cup in his right hand. The left hand holds the phone. With a dog sitting in the front seat next to the driver.
A road safety campaigner who caught Frank Lampard driving with a phone in one hand and a coffee in the other has raged ‘justice is broken’ after the authorities said there was not enough evidence to prosecute him.
Van Erp sent the photo to the Metropolitan Police. called Lampard Came to pay the fine, but referred to not traveling
from the former Chelsea coach. Charged with using a mobile phone while driving on the road.
Lampard denied the allegations and hired a prominent attorney, Nick Freeman, to stand trial.
They have dismissed the case before going to court in the coming days because “there is not enough evidence”.
That angered Mike, saying, “I don’t think he’s going to be punished anymore because the case won’t go ahead.
” The judicial process has collapsed. They threw all the lawsuits in the trash.
Lampard was due to go to court this morning, but prosecutors dismissed the case on Friday .