Herbie Hide: Bail warrant issued over motoring charges

Herbie Hide (left) Herbie Hide (left) was a world boxing champion between 1997 and 1999

A bail warrant has been issued ordering former world boxing champion Herbie Hide to appear before magistrates on a string of motoring charges.

Mr Hide, of Long Lane Farm, Long Lane, Bawburgh, Norfolk, failed to appear at Norwich Magistrates' Court on Friday.

He faces 14 charges in total including failing to supply the identity of a driver and driving while disqualified.

A bail warrant was issued instructing the 41-year-old to appear before Norwich magistrates on 20 September.

The charges he faces are 11 counts of failing to supply the identity of a driver, one of using a motor vehicle without insurance, one of failing to produce insurance and one of driving while disqualified.

He held the World Boxing Organisation version of the heavyweight title between 1997 and 1999.

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