Piers Corbyn’s vehicle has been impounded soon after he was pulled more than for driving without having insurance coverage in a “No to ULEZ” emblazoned car.
Mr Corbyn, brother of previous Labour leader Jeremy, was stopped by law enforcement on Langford Put in St John’s Wooden, London, yesterday.
He was powering the wheel of a blue 1995 Vauxhall Cavalier Common which was decorated with two banners saying: “We Will Travel AT WILL In The Old And New ULEZ (Extremely Low Emission Zone) And Refuse All Fines FROM Oct 25.”
Mr Corbyn, who was putting on a yellow shirt inscribed with “Resist! Defy! Do not comply!”, signed a ticket issued by the police for driving without having coverage.
He mentioned he was on his way to an activist conference in Cambridge and would now have to have to supply yet another indicates of transportation.
“We’re seeking to obtain somebody else to choose us there,” Mr Corbyn explained.
He included: “It’s not a protest, it is a assembly by the Just Stop all the Mentally Deficient Maniacs, so we’re heading there to say wherever they are speaking b******s and check with for some feeling.”
Law enforcement at the scene informed Mr Corbyn, 75, he had been “reported for (driving with) no insurance” and that the vehicle would be impounded in Perivale.
The Metropolitan Law enforcement have been contacted for comment.