£700 worth of fines were handed out to the driver of a heavy goods vehicle after being pulled over by Wiltshire Police's roadside policing unit. 

The driver, who was driving a flat-bed truck and towing a digger in a trailer, was noticed by police on April 14 when they were driving through Devizes. 

Police said that the driver was caught not only not wearing a seatbelt but was also on their mobile phone while driving as well. 

When they pulled the driver over they discovered other offences had been committed and issued the £700 fine and put 6 points on their license. 

Wilts Specialist Ops publicly posted about this on their Twitter account.