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Nathan Redmond Ticked Off By Police

Former Birmingham City star Nathan Redmond, who now players for Norwich, has revealed on Twitter he was pulled over by the Police on his way to training.

The player did not reveal why he was pulled over but did tweet the following:

@NathanRedmond22:

Got pulled by police on my way to training this morning
Officer said '3 points on Sunday please, if not I have your address now so I'll send them through the post'


Redmond then joked:

Someone tell me where the justice is?

Please note there were emotions on the tweets that portray that the player is saying each tweet as a joke, I cannot display emotions in the article.

It would seem Redmond has been let off at the officer`s discretion with a warning, although that is unconfirmed. But could be implied based on the officer saying he would sent them through the post.

Best get those 3 points on Sunday Nathan!

Redmond came through the Birmingham City Youth academy and made 62 league appearances as the second youngest débutante for the club before joining former manager Chris Hughton at Norwich.



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Writer: Christopher Handy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 8 2014

Time: 11:41AM

Your Comments

Fantastic player, shame his mom is a villa fan haha
Chrisblues
Glad he chose to play for the right team in Birmingham! Brilliant player, let's hope he drives a bit safer from now on though haha
Sask
We have Gray now!
HappyBlueHarry
Harry, thanks for taking the discussion back to Gray. My favourite topic ;)
Sask
Yes.. He has the potential to be better than Redmond... I hope he gets confidence in the first few games!
Sask
Did Redmond ever make a successful cross at BCFC? Useless with final ball
magicbus
 

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