Bernard Tomic has repeatedly accused the Queensland police of deliberately treating him unfairly. The top Australian player who Pat Rafter refused to use in Davis Cup until he started behaving better has again broken the law and lost his license. Tomic will face traffic court for two offenses on Australia Day.
After his previous infringements Tomic had 1 point remaining on his license and was placed on a 12 month good behaviour license. After being busted in his new yellow Ferrari (so much for not driving such a powerful car) he was fined $220 and docked 3 points and will face court to see how long he faces being without a license.
Video footage of Tomic being pulled over by police shows his clear lack of respect as he said “I play for this country and you pick on me.”
Tomic then accelerated away from the scene.
Tomic was doing 78kmph in a 60kmph zone with a SINCITY number plate. He’s clearly a fast learner.