ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Over the weekend, a deputy with the Orange County Sheriff's Office caught a teen driving more than 100 mph on a busy interstate.
Yes, you read that right. The 16-year-old was driving 132 mph on Interstate 4 when he was pulled over.
And they were one of more than 20 drivers that deputies stopped for speeding in a span of just two and a half hours, the sheriff's office said.
The speed limit on I-4 is only 60 mph, but three other drivers were ticketed for speeds of more than 100 mph, too.
The Orange County Clerk of Courts' office explains the teen will be required to make a mandatory court appearance and faces a civil penalty of $1,104, Click Orlando reports.
"Excessive speeding is a very real danger we work to combat every day," the sheriff's office wrote in a tweet.