By Euro Weekly News Media • 04 November 2016 • 13:12
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A ROUTINE traffic stop proved the final chapter in a Spanish granny’s half century of driving sin licence.
The 74-year-old from Galicia was arrested after admitting to officers who wanted to see her driving licence that she didn’t have one.
In fact she never had one. She’d spent the last 53 years on the roads managing just fine without a single incident or police stop, and would likely have continued for years to come if it wasn’t for those pesky police searches.
A judge sentenced the grandmother to 32 days of community service. What she’ll be doing exactly remains unclear.
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