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Supercar lands Wes in hot water with judge

WESLEY Quirke, husband of former Miss World Rosanna Davison (inset), has been fined €250 because the tinted windows on his Lamborghini car were too dark.

He appeared before Judge Patricia McNamara at Dublin District Court where he pleaded guilty to breaking motoring regulations.

The 31-year-old was stopped at Swords Road, Whitehall, Dublin 9 on May 27 last in his '08-reg car (right).


Quirke, of Brennanstown Road, Cabinteely, Dublin 18 told the court he was pleading guilty to the charge.

Traffic Garda Dominic Noonan, based in Dublin Castle, gave evidence and told Judge McNamara that the windows on Quirke's car were 80pc tinted, and he could not see into the vehicle.

Gda Noonan said that three weeks previously he had spoken to Quirke about his car windows and told him he needed to get them fixed but that was not done.

When asked his occupation he told the judge he worked in a casino.

Judge McNamara fined him €250 and she ordered that it must be paid within one month otherwise Quirke would be jailed for one week in default.