After charges of driving while using a cellphone were dropped, Frank Lampard was seen.


After charges of driving while distracted by a phone were dropped, Frank Lampard was seen.

Frank Lampard, the former England footballer, has been seen for the first time since he escaped prosecution after being caught on video driving his £250,000 Mercedes G wagon while holding a coffee and his phone.

The former Chelsea player was charged with ‘using a handheld mobile phonedevice while driving a motor vehicle on a road’ and was scheduled to appear in court on Monday.

But the 43-year-old, who is married to Christine Bleakley, denied the charges and hired ‘Mr Loophole’ lawyer Nick Freeman to defend him.

For the first time since authorities said there wasn’t enough evidence to prosecute him, he was seen driving back to his London home in his Bentley today.

Mike van Erp, a vigilant cyclist who caught Lampard driving with a phone in one hand and a coffee in the other, raged that ‘justice has been broken’ and slammed the former footballer for ‘getting off scot-free’ despite videotaping the incident in Kensington, west London.

CyclingMikey, a Dutch YouTuber, claimed to have spoken with police officers who admitted that cases are being “binned left and right” to alleviate the “massive backlog” in courts caused by the pandemic.

Despite the video showing him holding both items in his car, the Crown Prosecution Service abruptly ended his case on Friday.

The footage, prosecutors believed, did not prove whether the phone was turned on or not.

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You can only use a hand-held device while driving if the car is safely parked, according to the law.

This does not, however, include time spent waiting at traffic lights or in a line.

The only exception is when it is unsafe to stop for an emergency call.

Six penalty points and a £200 fine are the penalties, or if a driver has passed less than two weeks ago, they can…

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