While security is hot on the agenda at the Nokia conference one Nokia executive is very touchy on the subject of police security, to be exact speeding fines.
Anssi Vanjoki, who announced three new handsets today, is in the record books as the man with the largest speeding fine in the world. He was nabbed by Finnish police going 25 km/h over the speed limit on his beloved Harley Davidson and was hit with a €116,000 fine.
Under Finnish law fines are proportionate to your income and he was fined 14 days salary. But since he'd just cashing in share options worth €14 million the fine was a little hard to swallow.
He's in good company. Nokia's former president Pekka Ala-Pietila got git with a €33,000 fine for speeding a few years before.
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