TV Host Caught Out By Clayponds Avenue Speed Camera

Stephen Mulhern summoned after exceeding limit on M4 in Brentford

Stephen Mulhern. Picture: Instagram


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The host of Catchphrase and Britain’s Got More Talent, Stephen Mulhern, is due to appear in court for speeding on the M4 in Brentford.

The 44-year-old TV personality, who lives in Chiswick, was caught by the camera situated near Clayponds Avenue. He was pictured driving a Volkswagen car at 49mph on a stretch of the motorway where the speed limit is 40mph in November of last year.

In a letter to Willesden Magistrates he said that he was ‘mortified’ that he had exceed the speed limit and admitted to being caught for a similar offence recently.

Mr Mulhern has been summoned to appear before the court in September.

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August 4, 2021


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