A concerned driver dialed 999 and officers clocked the 40-year-old doing 103mph in a 60mph limit...
Prosecutor John Marsden Lynch said: “He told the police officer that he did not understand the speed dial because he was suffering from dyslexia.”
Cook admitted a single charge of dangerous driving. Recorder Christopher Morris-Coole said he was “skeptical” about Cook’s explanation and banned him from driving for three years.
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Cook's dyslexia apparently makes fast seem slow. Cook hopes to give this new information at the convention for dyslexia which will be held September 21-18.