Snow disrupts Katie Price’s dangerous driving

5 Dec
Katie Price Driving

Katie Price enjoys nothing more than breaking every rule in the Highway Code

HEAVY snowfall has caused travel chaos for glamour model Katie Price, preventing her from pursuing her favourite pastime of dangerous driving.

A blanket of snow over a foot deep has completely blocked roads around Price’s country mansion in Quim-upon-Thames, Surrey.

The buxom model had been looking forward to violating the six month driving ban she received on Monday for speeding.

She said: “I had just got my driving ban and was really looking forward to totally ignoring it and driving anyway, as dangerously as ever.

“The fact the police had also advised against all but essential road use made driving all the more tantalising. Fucking snow.

The Booker Prize winning author now has 13 points on her licence following Monday’s conviction of speeding.

Her solicitor, Jack Danielson, told the court she was being pursued by photographers when she was caught speeding along the 70 mph road.

“About nine minutes before she was caught, she pulled over and, in a state of expressionless exasperation, asked that another Police officer could have a word with a couple of members of the paparazzi who were following her and then maybe jizz on her tits if he wanted because she loves a man in uniform” he said.

In September Price was found guilty of not being in proper control of her pink horsebox after veering into another lane while driving on a Sussex road.

Price admitted in court that she had been distracted while driving as she was pleasuring herself with a rolled-up copy of Closer magazine, while simultaneously texting on her mobile phone.

Price said: “So what if I’ve got lots of points on my licence. You know what they say: ‘Points mean prizes’. And prize sounds like Price. If the Price is Right. Yep.

“Best selling author, me.”

Price has blasted her local council for failing to prepare for the wintry weather and grit the roads in time.

“All I want to do is be able to go about my normal daily business of violating every rule in the Highway Code and risking the lives of myself, my children, other road users, pedestrians, and animals.

“I’m not against snow completely, I mean a bit of snow makes driving even more dangerous, which is fantastic.

“About 9 inches is enough for me. Nice and deep.”

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