June 11, 2006 02:45pm
"I was informed about it just now...," Abdullah was quoted as telling reporters. "I'll settle all of them on Monday."
The fines were delivered by post and applied to several cars owned by the prime minister, who is usually driven around in official convoys with police escorts.
Five were issued for speeding, four for traffic obstruction and two for parking on the wrong side of the road, the New Straits Times newspaper said.