Pakistan skipper, Babar Azam, found himself at the center of attention yet again as he maneuvered his Audi through the Lahore motorway and was seen with the National Highways & Motorway Police (NHMP), who suspected a possible violation.
According to media reports, Babar was fined by the Motorway Police for over-speeding.
Babar was seen calmly cooperating with the officer, fully aware of the responsibilities that come with being a public figure.
Earlier this year in May, Babar was stopped by excise officers of Liberty Chowk, Lahore. The officers noticed that the numbers on his plate were unusually small and did not comply with the standard size regulations. Concerned about adherence to the rules, the officers recommended that Babar replace his number plate with a standard one.
The excise officers verified Babar’s documentation, including his vehicle’s registration and taxes. Even then, despite the momentary inconvenience, Babar remained composed and showed his amiable nature.