NEW GLASGOW, N.S. - Two drivers are facing charges of stunting after being caught travelling on Nova Scotia highways at speeds more than 50 per cent over the limit on Saturday.
RCMP say they observed a 22-year-old man from Antigonish driving on Highway 104 just east of New Glasgow at 156 kilometres per hour in a 100 km/h zone.
A second man, aged 19 from Halifax, was also charged with stunting for allegedly driving at 158 km/h, also on Highway 104.
The Mounties say the drivers have been suspended from driving for a week and their vehicles have been seized and impounded, also for a week.
If convicted, police say the drivers could face a fine of nearly $2,500 and six points on their driver's records.