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Australian man caught driving with no licence twice in one day

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Australian man caught driving with no licence twice in one day

Wikinews
May 16, 2006

New South Wales Police have charged a 29 year old Sydney man for driving whilst disqualified twice within three hours on Sunday. Police claim that the man had been disqualified until 2012.

Police allege that they caught the man driving a Nissan Skyline whilst disqualified. He was subsequently charged and granted bail to appear in the Downing Centre Local Court on June 5.

Following being charged at Redfern police station, Police allege that when the man was released at 3:30 p.m. AEST he walked back to his Nissan Skyline and drove away. Police spotted him again in Newtown, pulled him over where he was taken back to Redfern police station and charged.

At Redfern police station, the man was refused bail and was kept in custody until Monday.

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