Georgia

Georgia man arrested after driving 112 mph 'for Snapchat'

A Georgia man was arrested Tuesday after he was driving 112 miles per hour. He told police he was speeding while using the video-sharing app Snapchat.

Malon B. Neal, 24, was charged with speeding, reckless driving and using wireless communications while driving after an officer shooting radar saw Neal’s 2015 black Dodge Charger change lanes and accelerate, according to local reports.

Neal’s car has been towed and he was released from custody.

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The driver told police he was going home after hanging out with a friend, adding that he was driving that fast “for Snapchat,” reports AJC.com

The popular social media app features a filter than can measure how fast a person is moving after taking a photo or video.

Neal faces a fine of up to $1,000 if convicted of reckless driving; he could also have his license suspended.