Cyprus Mail

Man fined for allowing son, 11, to drive quad bike


A man, 34, was fined €1,000 on Friday for letting his 11-year-old son drive a quad bike in Ayia Napa.

The boy was caught driving the quadbike on Thursday afternoon in Ayia Napa when officers saw the vehicle veering dangerously on the road. The boy’s father, who was responsible for the quad bike, was present, police said.

Father and son were taken to the Ayia Napa police station where the 34-year-old was charged. He appeared in court of Friday where he was fined €1,000.

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