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Speeding biker came to Argyll ‘to play’

A BIKER who came to Argyll to ‘play’ has been disqualified for driving at more than 115mph.

Paul Coleman, 49, of 16 Alloway Crescent, Paisley, pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention on the A85 near Arrivain on May 29 2016, by driving a motorcycle at 117mph.

Procurator fiscal Alasdair Shaw told Oban Sheriff Court last Wednesday: ‘Having been cautioned and charged, he said: ‘It’s a long straight. That’s why I have got a bike like this. I come up here and play.’

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