A TRUCKER was caught on a motorway holding two mobile phones — with one up to each ear.
Police took footage as he drove his 44-ton articulated lorry on the M4.
He was spotted by Avon and Somerset cops using a heavy goods vehicle to get an elevated view of dodgy drivers.
Officers pulled up next to the driver, who quickly dropped the phones and put his hands back on the steering wheel.
The trucker was then intercepted by other officers who booked him.
Chief Insp Jason Shears said: “Driving whilst distracted is as unacceptable as drink-driving and just as likely to be fatal.”
The force also caught a 3.5-ton vehicle speeding while illegally towing a trailer on the M5.
Beverley Hannah, Highways England’s South West Safety Co-ordinator, said: “The vast majority of drivers who use our roads every day behave responsibly behind the wheel, but there are some who are putting themselves and others at risk by simply ignoring the law.
“That is why we introduced the three super cabs, and we are working with our police partners across the country to tackle dangerous driving such as illegally using mobile phones, or not wearing seatbelts.
“We hope this operation will encourage all motorists to think about their driving.”
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