Babar was previously caught driving without the proper license plates.
Babar Azam received a traffic fine after being caught speeding.
In a picture going viral, Pakistan’s cricket captain was pictured looking dismayed next to his Audi after traffic officers pulled him over.
Babar was allegedly caught speeding near Lahore on September 17, 2023.
Wearing shorts, flip-flops and sunglasses, Babar is pictured listening to the officer as he pulls a concerned face.
It was reported that Babar had to pay Rs. 2,000 (£5) for the violation, which also reportedly included driving without a valid driver’s license.
The violation comes after Babar was previously caught driving without the proper license plates. But he was allowed off without any punishment.
Babar Azam previously faced heavy criticism for his side’s losses against India and Sri Lanka at the 2023 Asia Cup.
Pakistan failed to qualify for the final and it all ended in a dismal fashion as they finished at the bottom of the Super Four stage.
India went on to defeat Sri Lanka for a record-extending eighth time.
Babar was spotted at Shaheen Shah Afridi‘s wedding.
The pair had been rumoured to be feuding during the Asia Cup matches, particularly following the team’s defeat during the last leg.
Rumours suggest that the captain and the capable left-arm pacer engaged in a verbal altercation, which resulted in a rift between the entire team.
It is alleged that Babar expressed severe dissatisfaction with the team’s poor performance, and had urged them to bring out their best performance.
In response, Shaheen defended the team’s efforts and asked the captain to acknowledge the players who did well in the games.
But the rumours were put to an end after Babar attended the wedding reception and congratulated his teammate.
Speaking about the matter, Babar said:
“Respect is given to everyone.
“You see, whenever the match is close and we lose, it’s just a regular meeting, but sometimes it’s portrayed as if we had a fight.
“It shouldn’t be like that. Respect should remain constant for everyone. We love each other as much as we do our family.”
Babar will be leading Pakistan into the 2023 ICC World Cup, which will be held in India from October 5.
England are the current champions and Pakistan will begin their quest for a second title when they take on the Netherlands on October 6.