Pop star Will Young caught running red light in Glasgow
The former Pop Idol winner committed the offence on the city's Bath Street.
Pop singer Will Young has been fined £160 and given three points for driving through a red light in Glasgow.
The former Pop Idol winner committed the offence on Bath Street.
Young, a songwriter and actor, was not present on Friday at Glasgow's Justice of the Peace Court when the case called, but was represented by lawyer Stuart Munro.
The 39-year-old's lawyer pleaded guilty to the incident, which happened on November 5 last year, on his behalf.
Earlier in May this year, Young was banned from driving after a man had to jump clear of his car which then crashed into a parked vehicle.
He was driving on the A68 through the Borders when the incident happened near Earlston on January 21.
Jedburgh Sheriff Court was told the singer mistook a bollard for the central reservation and drove into a lay-by, which had a parked car in it, at about 40mph before realising his mistake.
He had earlier admitted driving without due care as well as at excessive speed for the weather conditions and for entering a lay-by.
Sheriff J Euan Edment imposed five penalty points for the incident and banned him from driving for six months.
Young already had 11 points on his licence as well as a drink-driving conviction from 1998.