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Learner driver arrested for turning up for test in stolen car

Learner driver arrested for turning up for test in stolen car

A learner driver in the UK has failed his driving test for the tenth time after showing up in a stolen motor.

The male arrived at an examination centre outside Birmingham in a stolen white Mitsubishi crossover unsupervised, a move which the UK's Force Response Unit labelled "stupid".

The motorist was then arrested by police yesterday at around 11am under suspicion of taking a vehicle without the owner's consent.

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The UK Force Response unit later posted an image of the vehicle in question on Twitter, stating: "Male turns up at the driving test centre for his driving test. Having driven himself there unsupervised. Then fails his test for the 10th time Β male arrested by D unit Newtown for TWOC offence."

Image: @ResponseWMP Twitter

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