Amir Khans brother held by police - runs a guy over
AMIR Khan's brother was last night quizzed by cops after allegedly knocking down a pedestrian in the boxer's car.
Haroon Khan was held after a 37-year-old suffered a fractured skull.
The man — allegedly hit in a bus lane — was last night in a stable and non-life threatening condition in hospital.
Haroon — known as Harry — was driving an Audi A4 that belongs to former world lightwelterweight champ Amir in Bolton, Greater Manchester.
Flyweight boxer Haroon, 21, was born and raised in Britain but will represent Pakistan at the Olympics in London this summer.
Amir, 25, has a history of dramas on the road. In July 2009, he was cleared over a smash which put a cyclist in hospital. In October 2007 he was convicted of careless driving after he went through a red light and injured a pedestrian.
The boxer was cleared of dangerous driving but found guilty of careless driving. He was given a six-month driving ban and fined £1,000.