George Michael arrested after Snappy Snaps car crash

Singer bailed by police after north London crash

George Michael has been arrested after he crashed his Range Rover into a branch of Snappy Snaps in north London.

The singer, 47, was arrested by police on Sunday night (July 4) on suspicion of being unfit to drive, reports BBC News. He is said to have crashed his car into a Snappy Snaps on Hampstead High Street, near to where he lives. He has now been bailed by police to return in August.

Michael has been involved in other police investigations involving his driving. In 2007, he was banned for two years after pleading guilty to driving while unfit through drugs.


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