Has also happened in similar circumstances ins Manchester, Birmingham and Chester around 27 times in the last 10 years. Manchester's last case was in May 2017 and the city also has the highest record of such instances due to the heavy traffic and constant revision of traffic lights, lanes and intersections. Out of the last 7 cases 2 drivers were acquitted and the others fined up to £60. It seems to be the big, heavily trafficked cities that have a low tolerance of such incidents Most traffic incidents on Box Junctions are recorded by the numerous, and now common, traffic control (Licence Plate Recognition) cameras and it doesn't need a Police Officer or witness to consider pressing charges, as everything is on digital record. Traffic Control Officers stationed in City Control Centers review and submit to the Senior Officer any incidents in Box Junctions that they think the drivers need action taken against. It surprises me that, in fact, there aren't more drivers charged due to the number of times such incidents occur throughout the peak traffic periods in Cities.