A 46-year-old Victorian woman has been slapped with a hefty fine for scoffing down her while driving in a town north east of Melbourne. She was allegedly using her knees to steer, while holding a plate in one hand and a fork in the other, as she drove down the Hume Freeway in Benalla. Benalla Highway Patrol officers stopped the woman in a black Holden station wagon about 8.40am. She was issued a $248 fine for failing to have full and proper control of a vehicle.
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