A Canadian student has been fined Canadian $400 for looking at her Apple smartwatch while waiting at traffic lights.
Victoria Ambrose was found guilty of breaking Ontario's distracted driving law. In court, Ms Ambrose said she looked at the watch to find out the time.
This claim was rejected by the judge who said smartwatches were a distraction as much as a "cellphone taped to someone's wrist".
Ms Ambrose got a traffic ticket in April after being seen by a police officer from the University of Guelph.
In court, the police officer said Ms Ambrose did not move off when the light turned green because her attention was fixed on the watch. She only started moving when the officer shone a side light from the police cruiser at her car.
The officer then pulled Ms Ambrose over and issued the ticket, reported the National Post.
The Canadian student is not the first to 网上电子游艺娱乐网站a ticket for breaking the country's laws governing driver distraction by consulting a smartwatch. In 2015, a Quebec man was fined C$120 and given four points on his licence for using his Apple Watch while driving.