A fake Ukrainian driver’s license with a photo of the former British prime minister was found in the car in which the driver crashed in the Netherlands and tried to flee the accident.
Dutch police came across a curious driver’s license while investigating a traffic accident in the city of Groningen. In the car from which the driver fled, they found a fake Ukrainian document with the photo and name of former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. However, the police found the culprit of the accident just a short distance away and it turned out to be a Dutchman from the nearby village of Zuidhorn, AFP reported.
The document also showed the correct date of birth of the ex-prime minister, but was valid until the year 3000. The police did not say where, according to them, the document was made. The journalist of the Dutch station NOS and former correspondent in Russia Kysia Hekster said that such documents are sold in shops for tourists in Ukraine.
A fake document did not prevent the police from catching the driver who drove his car into a pole. He tried to run away from the accident, but he didn’t get very far. He had no other documents with him and refused to submit to a breath alcohol test. The police still detained him.
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