A driver has been ordered to pay more than £1,000 after he was clocked at more than 100mph on the M27. 

Malachi Bouyen was driving a Toyota westbound on the M27 between junctions five and four when he was clocked at 104mph.

The 20-year-old of York Road, Waltham Cross was near Eastleigh when he was caught by an automatic speed camera. 

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He pleaded guilty to a single count of speeding at Southampton Magistrates' Court.

The offence was committed on March 4, 2023.

Bouyen was fined £650 and received six points on his licence.

He was also ordered to pay £110 court costs and a £260 surcharge. 

This must be paid off in full by April 4.