2 men charged with stunting in northern Nova Scotia
N.B. and N.S. men lose their licences
The RCMP have charged two drivers with stunting after they were pulled over in northern Nova Scotia on Sunday.
Police said a 23-year-old from Fredericton was driving 176 kilometres an hour. That's 66 kilometres an hour over the speed limit in Salt Springs.
A 19-year-old driver from Tatamagouche is accused of driving 61 kilometres an hour over the posted speed limit in Wentworth.
The drivers were charged with stunting and lose their licences for at least a week.
They also face fines of more than $2,400.