Police impound Robbie Keane's car over missing tax disc

CELTIC striker Robbie Keane's luxury car was impounded by police after a garage worker was stopped behind the wheel at 1.15am, it was reported today.

• Robbie Keane (centre) pictured with his Celtic team mates

The Irish international's customised Range Rover was stopped in the early hours of Tuesday morning for a missing tax disc.

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It was being driven by a garage worker after the footballer had booked it in for work

The car, said to be worth in the region of 80,000 was stopped on North Road in Bellshill, North Lanarkshire.

After the missing tax disc was spotted, the car was taken to a local car pound.

A 46-year-old man has been reported to the Procurator Fiscal in relation to the incident.

Keane was reportedly to be on a short break abroad when the incident happened.

A Strathclyde Police spokesman said: "Following a routine stop of a motor vehicle at 1.15am on Tuesday 6 April 2010 in North Road, Bellshill a male aged 46 years is subject of a report to the Procurator Fiscal for an alleged Road Traffic Offence.

"The vehicle was removed to an authorised police removal yard in Bellshill."