A motorist driving to Wales from Staffordshire was stopped by police – and sent back home again.
The man had driven more than 100 miles from Burton to Wales and was stopped by police of the A44.
According to Radnorshire Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT), the driver was among more than 20 who had to be turned around and sent home by officers on the A44 in Wales.
The road covers areas including Builth, Knighton, Crossgates, Rhyader and Elan Valley, in central Wales.
Fines were handed out to some of the drivers, reports DerbyshireLive.
A tweet from the Radnorshire page reads: “Radnorshire NPT have been out and around the A44, Builth, Knighton, Crossgates, Rhyader and Elan Valley today turning around in excess of 20 cars from as far afield Burton-on-Trent.
“Fines issued where necessary.”
In England, there is no longer a restriction on how far motorists can drive to exercise, however when visiting other parts of the United Kingdom, the relevant countries rules must be adhered to.
According to the Welsh Government website, people in the country are asked to exercise locally and as close as possible to home.