A total of 685 tickets for £30 were issued to diverted drivers in Cathedral Street, Glasgow, on the day of the 2012 street run.
It is one of worst, most unfair incidents uncovered so far as drivers revolt over fines that have raised £9 million in just two years in Scotland’s three biggest cities.
Civil servant Nigel Cameron, 35, was stung on the day of the mass participation run after being ordered into the bus lane by a race steward.
During his successful 18-month battle against the fine, he discovered a huge rise in the number of drivers caught by the camera on the same day.
He believes most will have paid up.