Passengers were thrown from the open-top double decker bus
A Porsche driver who hit a double-decker bus causing it to topple over has been found guilty of driving without due care and attention.
At least 20 people, including a two-month-old baby, were thrown from the open-top bus in the crash in Studland, Dorset, in July last year.
The court heard Douglas Haigh, 44, of Wimborne, was more concerned about the damage to his own car than passengers.
He was given a six month driving ban, and was fined £1,100.
He was also ordered to pay £1,800 costs at Bournemouth Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
The court had previously heard an eyewitness say Haigh was "looking very concerned about the state of his car, not concerned about us".
Haigh was driving "very fast" and was over the 60mph limit on the single carriageway when he lost control, the court was told.