England and Chelsea football captain John Terry has been fined £100 for not telling police who was driving when his car was clocked speeding in Surrey.
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The 25-year-old's vehicle was caught going over the 50mph limit by a speed camera on the A3 Esher bypass, near Chelsea FC's Cobham training ground.
He was then charged with not providing details as to the driver's identity.
He was not at a Guildford magistrates' hearing in July, and was also not present for his sentencing on Friday.
Terry had three points put on his driving licence and was also ordered to pay £200 court costs.
The speeding incident took place on 18 October last year.
"Despite several letters Mr Terry failed to respond with details of who was driving on the day," a spokesman for Surrey Police's safety camera partnership said.