Only two days after the 97-year-old British prince Philip had a car accident, the police had a conversation with him because he was driving without a seat belt. A spokesman for the Norfolk police said they had given the prince a "good advice," the AFP news agency reported.
Photographs published in the Sunday issue of British newspapers showed dukes behind the wheel of a replacement land plow on the land of his wife, Queen Elizabeth II, at Sandringham.
The Prince only committed a violation two days after he was involved in a car accident on Thursday. It was taken without damage, while the driver and passengers in Kia's car were more easily damaged.
Sopotnica, who accidentally injured his wrist in the accident, according to the Sunday Mirror, was not too enthusiastic about the prince's behavior. "I'm glad I'm still alive, but the prince didn't even apologize," Emma Fairweather said, adding that she expected more from the royal family.