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Woman who dropped cigarette at railway station ordered to pay hundreds of pounds

Dropping a cigarette at a railway station has cost a woman more than £460.

Kayleigh Wilson dropped the cigarette in Sheffield. Stock image

Kayleigh Wilson, of Hurleybrook Way in Leegomery, Telford, was ordered to pay a £220 fine as well as other costs by Sheffield Magistrates Court on Monday.

The court was told, through written evidence submitted via the single justice procedure method, that the 30-year-old dropped the cigarette and left it at the South Yorkshire city's railway station on August 12 last year.

As well as the fine, Wilson was ordered to pay £160 costs and an £88 surcharge.

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