JAMIROQUAI singer Jay Kay was enraged when he lost his driving licence, as he insists he only speeds "where it is appropriate."
The VIRTUAL INSANITY star was banned from driving for six months after he was caught travelling at nearly 160 kilometres-per-hour (100 miles-per-hour) in Scotland last year (04). The legal limit on the road is 80 kilometres-per-hour (50 miles-per-hour).
But Kay was dumbfounded when even his own lawyer admitted the reckless star should be kept off the roads.
Kay fumes, "I don't go tearing past schools and old people's homes at 120 miles-per-hour.
"I lost my licence driving my Mercedes G Wagon in the middle of the Scottish Highlands.
"It only goes 110 miles-per-hour - and that's downhill. I think my lawyer was s**t.
"I wish I'd have taken him outside and shot him in the back of his head. He told me if he was the judge, he'd ban me too."01/06/2005 17:33
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