A Worcester man has been fined after using his phone and speeding on the motorway.

Arton Muriqi, of Great House Road, used a phone while driving his Volkswagen vehicle on the M5 between junctions 5 and 4 on March 14.

A police officer with a camera also clocked him driving faster than the 70mph limit.

Muriqi was sentenced by Worcester magistrates on November 3 as part of a single justice procedure.

The 46-year-old was fined £660 and had six points added to his licence for using his phone while driving. He was also fined £440 for speeding, and told to pay a victim surcharge of £440 and costs of £90.

Muriqi now owes the court a total of £1,630, which must be paid by December 1.