An unidentified driver in England tries to do Homer Simpson’s pranks when he attempted to pass off his driver’s license to the authorities.
In tweet posted by the Thames Valley Police, a traffic enforcer stopped the driver in Milton Keynes for a traffic infraction. The post earned 10,000 likes and 5,000 shares.
After which, the officer asked the driver for his license. The driver confidently handed over his license.
It features the famous character’s name in it, including his animated picture making his “D’oh!” face.
However, commenters slash die-hard fans of the show expressed their disappointment.
The con was “less-than-perfect counterfeit,” apart from the fact that the driver does not have a yellow skin.
Homer’s address was incorrect as his residence is located at 742 Evergreen Terrace in Springfield.
Further, the birthdate of Homer August 4, 1963 in the license was wrong because he was born on May 12, 1956.
Millions of drivers are running the risk of the hefty penalty from police for having outdated details on their driving licenses, according to a report.
In 2018, the United Kingdom provided stricter guidelines for drivers in its recent license plans.
The authorities reported the driver was seized and reported for driving with no insurance and driving without a proper license.