It was an expensive morning for one Regina driver.
Regina Police say they issued two school zone tickets to the same driver, less than an hour apart.
According to a tweet from Constable Jim Monaghan, a driver was given two tickets in a span of 51 minutes for exceeding 60 km/h in a school zone.
Cheer up! Today is Friday and life could be worse…you could be the person receiving these two tickets 51 minutes apart…Speed: 62 km/h , 30 km/h zone
100 Broad St
Speed: 60 km/h, 30 km/h zone
5600 Rochdale@reginapolice pic.twitter.com/vRIlpYqCy6
— Cst. Jim Monaghan 647 (@RPSTrafficUnit) January 29, 2021
The driver was first handed a $506 ticket for going 62 km/h in a school zone on the 100 block of Broad Street. Then he was slapped with a $350 ticket for driving 60 km/h in a school zone on the 5600 block of Rochdale Boulevard.