Police stopped a man and seized his e-scooter after he ignored various warnings.

The man was issued with an e-scooter warning letter and a Section 59 warning which allows police to alert drivers if their vehicle is causing "alarm, distress or annoyance".

A week later officers saw the man again riding his e-scooter in Flackwell Heath.

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Officers seized the vehicle under S165 of the Road Traffic Act yesterday morning and reported him for having no insurance and driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence.

He will also have to pay £150 to recover his e-scooter otherwise it will be crushed.

A Thames Valley Police social media post said: "What happens if you are issued with an E-Scooter warning letter and a Section 59 warning and a week later choose to ignore it?

As a Flackwell Heath man found to his cost on Monday morning, you get stopped by the police, your E-Scooter gets seized under S165 of the Road Traffic Act.

"You also get reported for no insurance, and driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence.

"Then as a bonus you have the privilege of paying £150 for the recovery of your E Scooter (or it gets crushed) and look forward to points on your licence and a fine.

"Take heed of the warning or it could be you next!"

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