Police seize Man Utd striker Tevez's car
Police said Saturday they had seized Manchester United star Carlos Tevez's car after he was found to not have the proper documents to drive.
Greater Manchester Police initially asked the Argentine striker to pull over on a motorway near the northwestern English city because officers suspected the windows on his Bentley Continental GT Speed were too dark.
Roadside tests showed the tint on the 140,000-pound car was illegal, and when Tevez was unable to present police officers with a full British driving license, his car was seized.
Britain's domestic Press Association reported, citing an unidentified police source, that the 25-year-old was being investigated for driving without a valid license.
The maximum penalty for that offence is a 1,000-pound fine and six points on a person's licence -- 12 points accumulated over a three-year period automatically disqualify someone from driving for six months.
Tevez joined United about 18 months ago from West Ham, but has found it difficult to maintain a regular place with the Premiership-leading side's first eleven.