A 43-year-old Fort McMurray man is being charged for stunting in Nova Scotia.
On Sunday, an off-duty police officer reported two cars driving extremely fast on a Highway near Monastery.
An RCMP officer who was working near one of the road’s exits caught the two driving around 232 km/h in a 110 km zone.
Both vehicles were stopped with the drivers each being ticketed and charged for stunting. This carries a fine of over $2,400.
Each driver, who were not named, were issued immediate seven-day driving suspensions and each had their cars seized and impounded.