A 46-year-old man from Terrebonne was reportedly caught by Sûreté du Québec (SQ) officers going 230 km/h on Highway 10 in Chambly on the South Shore.
The speedster was doing 130 km/h over the limit as Highway 10 is a maximum 100 km/h zone.
An SQ spokesperson confirmed with Daily Hive that the man’s licence has been suspended for seven days.
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According to police, the man and his vehicle were intercepted by authorities at 12:30 am on Friday.
Along with his suspended licence, the man received a $2,385 fine, 30 docked demerit points, and his vehicle was towed by police.
The SQ spokesperson did not provide details on what type of car the 46-year-old was caught speeding with.