‘Plonker’ hands police Del Boy licence

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Image caption The Renault Megane driver’s licence stated these were only qualified to drive a three-wheeler car

A “plonker” handed law enforcement a driving licence stating he or she was Del Boy Trotter through BBC comedy Only Fools plus Horses.

Police discovered the driver had no insurance right after pulling the car over in Terrington, near King’s Lynn.

The only licence the driver had is at the name of Del Trotter and mentioned the owner of the Renault Megane has been only qualified to drive a three-wheeler.

Officers reported the driving force to court and also seized the vehicle, after pulling it over upon Wednesday.

Norfolk plus Suffolk police dog unit officials stopped the car on the A47 plus tweeted about the incident, saying: “Not even this #Plonker’s fake traveling licence could stop their vehicle being seized. ”

Earlier this month, Thames Valley Law enforcement officers were handed a driving license in the name of Homer Simpson , whenever they pulled over a driver.

After “Del Boy” was ended, the officers threw in a number of faux-French phrases – including “bonnet de douche” and “pot pourri” – which Del Boy has been fond of uttering on the television show.

Police said the license had not been intended to fool them straight into believing the motorist was Mister Trotter, and while the driver had simply been horsing around, the occurrence “made us laugh”.