Martin Robben was shocked when he received 45 automated speeding tickets in the mail, "Sometimes there were only three seconds between the tickets, that's impossible." Especially since his truck was parked while the alleged offenses took place.
All the tickets were issued on 25 August by a Gatsometer, one of the most popular speed cameras in the world. They're heavily employed on English roads and are becoming a common site in the U.S. Since the process of issuing tickets is automated, it's up to Robben to prove his innocence. He hasn't yet been able to see the photo evidence of each infraction, but that should be enough to prove his innocence. [via The Newspaper]