A young motorcyclist has been punished after filming his own crime. 

Damion Cregan, 23, of Cambridge Hill, Larkhill, has been disqualified from driving for a year after failing to stop for officers and even doing wheelies in front of them as they followed behind on April 15, 23.

Cregan appeared at Salisbury Magistrates Court on Thursday March 28, and pleaded guilty to dangerous driving.

He was disqualified from driving for 12 months, ordered to have an extended test, ordered to carry out 300 hours of unpaid work, pay £85 costs and £114 surcharge.

PC Mike Hanscomb from the Wiltshire Police Road Policing Unit (RPU) said: "When on patrol we were overtaken by a motorcyclist, who did not have a number plate.

"When we asked him to pull over and stop he did not and started to do wheelies in front of the marked police car. The driver also started to film himself while driving at speed in a 30mph zone.

"This kind of behaviour is totally unacceptable and puts the public in great danger.

"Speed and dangerous driving are some of the fatal five driving offences that we are targeting.

"Those are offences most likely to contribute to death and serious injury on the roads."