LAHORE: Traffic police on Sunday caught former legendary Pakistan cricketer Wasim Akram speeding and imposed a fine, ARY News reported on Sunday.
A traffic sergeant imposed a meager fine of Rs 500 on Wasim Akram for speeding on Canal Road.
Akram was driving a car above 60 miles per hour at the said road.
The former pace bowler has represented Pakistan in 104 Tests and 356 One Day Internationals, bagging 414 and 502 wickets, respectively. He is second highest wicket-taker in ODI cricket after Muttaiah Muralitharan of Sri Lanka.
Akram debuted on November 23, 1984 in an ODI match against New Zealand in Faisalabad.