- Ahmed Ali led officers on a high-speed chase along the A38 in Derby on Sunday
- The 23-year-old borrowed a friend's white Mercedes to go and get a takeaway
- Officers discovered he'd been deported from UK back to Holland in November
- He arrived in UK legally as a five-year-old but was sent back due to convictions
An illegal immigrant is facing deportation for a third time after he was caught fleeing police at 130mph after sneaking back into the UK.
Ahmed Ali led officers on a high-speed chase along the A38 in Derby after borrowing a friend's white Mercedes to go and get a takeaway on Sunday.
When caught by police, officers realised the 23-year-old was already disqualified from driving due to previous convictions, and has twice been deported from Britain.
He was last sent back to Holland, where he was born to Somalian parents, in November after being handed a 12-month driving disqualification by magistrates.
Theo Addae, his lawyer, told Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court how Ali legally migrated to Derby from Holland at the age of five with his family.
Mr Addae said that because of his convictions, Ali was sent back to Holland by the authorities but he does not 'know anyone there and does not speak the language'.
The lawyer added Ali has twice come back to the UK - breaching his deportation order on both occasions.
Mr Addae said that following the latest offences, he 'would now be subject to a Home Office review as to whether he will be deported again.'
Ali pleaded guilty to entering the UK in breach of a deportation order, driving while disqualified, without insurance and obstructing a police officer.
The JPs gave him a 12-month community order, with 300 hours unpaid work.
His 12-month driving ban will remain in place and he was also ordered to pay £85 costs and an £85 victim surcharge.