Police in South Derbyshire stopped a driver who they discovered had scored a ‘full house’ when it came to their list of motoring offences.
This meant the car was subsequently seized by officers.
Police found the driver had no tax, no insurance and didn’t have a driving licence. The officers posted on social media that it was like a case of calling ‘full house’ in bingo when it came to the list of offences.
A post from Melbourne and Mercia Police Safer Neighbourhood Team, , reads: “Spotted driving initially no tax, following checks by your team it’s what our roads policing unit call ‘a full house’, bingo.
“No tax, no insurance, no keeper details and no driving licence.”