A 23-YEAR-OLD Dunfermline woman was caught driving at 102mph on the A92 dual carriageway.

Holli-Ann Thornby-Cook later said they could not recall having committed the offence.

The driver appeared in the dock at Dunfermline Sheriff Court holding a dog, which the court was told was a “thera-pet”.

Thornby-Cook had no insurance at the time of the speeding and later committed that offence again in Dunfermline.

Thornby-Cook, of Lady Campbell Court, appeared for sentencing.

They admitted previously that on March 28, on the A92 between Lochgelly and Cowdenbeath, they drove a car at a speed of 102mph, above the temporary speed limit of 50mph.

They also drove without insurance and also admitted that at Holyrood Place, Dunfermline, on August 8, they drove without insurance.

The court was told that Thornby-Cook had been caught on a speed camera driving a black Subaru car at 102mph at 11.20am.

Defence solicitor Aime Allan said her client had a range of mental health issues.

She added that it was thought her client may have been in a “dissociated” state at the time as they could not recall the incident.

“She was in a particularly dark place at the time,” said the solicitor.

Sheriff Eric Brown said: “It’s alarming she has no recollection where she’s been driving at 100mph down a public road.”

He imposed a 12-month driving ban and a fine of £420.