Hoon is caught racing his flatmate at over 200km/h with three passengers in the car - but he's NOT banned from driving due to a ridiculous loophole
An Indian-born hoon who clocked more than 200km/h and drove through a red light has been allowed to keep his driving licence due to a dangerous legal loophole.
Rizwan Sekhon raced down Sydney's busy M2 at more than double the speed limit with his flatmate and three other passengers on board.
But the 20-year-old won't be banned from the roads due to a legal loophole which allows foreign licence holders to avoid the same penalties given to drivers in New South Wales.
Brian Clements, Adelaide, Australia, 5 days ago
I thought that if you were a NSW resident you could only legally drive on a foreign or interstate licence for 3 months.
beaujacob, Junee, Australia, 5 days ago
Could of killed a family. Change the law. He has learnt nothing.
Jim Mac, Perth WA, Australia, 5 days ago
Close the loophole then, now.
SmokeyToo, Sydney, Australia, 5 days ago
Why don't we have a set period of time where once you've moved here, you have to get a local driver's license? Say 6 months or something. Why are people allowed to be on an international licence after 2 years????
Rosie99, Sydney, Australia, 5 days ago
Needs to be off the road before he kills somebody.
Sharon Easton, Brisbane, Australia, 5 days ago
This rubbish of international licenses has got to stop.