2000 for catching two illegal immigrants clinging to his coach From Echo Mr Bourne, 64, from Basildon, said: "There was a massive group at the zebra crossing and it took them ages to get across, which I did think was strange.
"When we arrived at the port ten miles on, I got out and went to check around the back of the coach. It landed on his doormat, just as cross Channel immigration hit the headlines again, thanks to a French ferry strike which brought lorries to a coach outlet locations 10017 standstill as desperate people clung to vehicles, trying to get to the UK. Mr Bourne has 28 days coach outlet stores riverhead to appeal against the fine and said he would definitely be doing so. He added: "By the time we got to April and May, we just assumed the Border Agency wasn't going to pursue it because it had been so long. "On coach outlet handbags knock the day it happened, we had coach warehouse taken steps to secure the coach and we checked it properly. Mr Bourne said: "We've always done a day trip to Calais and we have a lot of loyal customers who go on it quite regularly, so we don't want to let them down.
"But we've stopped all other European journeys. It's just too much pressure. Me and my business partner are the only drivers who will take the day trips from now on, because you have to be so careful.
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