Man drives wrong way down motorway even after all four of his tyres SHREDDED

A man was spotted driving the wrong way down a motorway with all four tyres shredded by a police stinger.

The driver, Harry Hosker, failed to shake off cops and bailed out of the Volkswagen Golf after driving up the M62 and trying to escape into a field.

The incident took place on July 20th in Culcheth when police spotted the black Golf and followed it onto Warrington Road before a stinger was used and all four tyres were deflated.

Despite having four flat tyres, Hosker continued to try to evade police and made his way onto the M62 between junctions 11 and 10.

Hosker, was charged with dangerous driving, use of a false number plate, driving without insurance, driving without a licence and possession of Class B drugs (Cannabis).

The 27-year-old appeared at Chester Magistrates’ Court where he pleaded guilty to all the charges and was sentenced to one year in prison.

In a statement Cheshire Constabulary said: “The vehicle eventually came to a stop near to junction 10 after the driver stopped in an emergency refuge bay and attempted to make off on foot into nearby fields. The driver of the car, Harry Hosker, was arrested a short time later.”

Following the sentencing PC Dave Carr, from the Cheshire Police Roads and Crime Unit, said: “During the pursuit Hosker showed no regard for the safety of our officers or the other innocent road users, travelling at high speeds while having four flat tyres and even driving the wrong way down the motorway.

“However, despite his repeated attempts to evade officers, there really was nowhere to hide and he is now facing the consequences of his actions.”

Hosker was also disqualified from driving for 54 months.