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Burgess charged for allegedly committing driving offences in Southern Highlands




Former NRL star Sam Burgess is due to spend more time fronting a magistrate after allegedly committing driving offences in the Southern Highlands.

The 32-year-old was allegedly driving a BMW X5 when he was stopped by Highway Patrol officers on the Hume Highway at Braemar yesterday.

“He was subjected to a random roadside drug test before being taken to Southern Highlands Police Station where he underwent a secondary oral fluid test,” police said in a statement, without naming Burgess.

“The sample has been sent for further analysis.”

The man was told to attend court for using an unregistered vehicle and failing to obtain a NSW driver’s licence after being in Australia for more than three months.

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