Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.As authorities in the United Kingdom have urged the public to only make “essential” trips to stop the spread of coronavirus, one driver was stopped Sunday for making a trek to pick up windows he had purchased online.The North West Motorway Police shared on Twitter the unnamed motorist was making a round trip from Coventry to Salford – a distance of about 112 miles each way – to collect windows bought on eBay for 15 British pounds ($18). “His wife could not fit in the vehicle so she was traveling in the boot (trunk) for the return journey when stopped on the M6 Cheshire,” police tweeted.BRITISH AIRLINES ASK CABIN CREWS TO HELP FIGHT CORONAVIRUS AS BORIS JOHNSON ADVISER SHOWS SYMPTOMSAuthorities said the driver was later given a traffic offense report for the offense. The North West Motorway Police said a motorist making a 224-mile roundtrip to collect windows bought on eBay was pulled over on Sunday. (Andrew Milligan /PA via AP)In a subsequent tweet, police explained the circumstances under which people should be leaving their homes.”You can leave your home to shop for basic necessities, for example, food and medicine, taking exercise


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