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Not Croatia’s Driver of the Year

A 29-year-old man in the north-east of Croatia has put a strong case forward to be named Croatia’s worst driver this year. The man was stopped during a routine check in Pitomaca near Virovitica, and police soon discovered he had broken pretty much every law there was to break in the book.

Police first discovered the man was not wearing a seat-belt, before finding out that the car he was driving was not registered. To make matters worse, when he was asked to produce his driver’s licence, it was revealed he was not a licensed driver.  Just to cap it all off, when he was asked to take a breath alcohol test, he duly failed. The driver was sentenced to 21 days in jail, fined 500 EUR and banned from driving for 12 months.

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