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It's 2018 and people are still blaming Grand Theft Auto for speeding

It's been a while since someone blamed Grand Theft Auto for a speeding spree. Thankfully, a man from Coventry has brought that particular flogged horse back from the dead. 28-year-old William Whitmore told police Grand Theft Auto had "hypnotised" him after he was caught doing 55mph on a 30mph stretch of road in Warwick University students' favourite night spot. The Coventry Telegraph reports Whitmore was given a four-month prison sentence suspended for 12 months, with a rehabilitation activity, banned from driving for a year and ordered to pay £600 costs.
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