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No brakes, no licence, no tax, no insurance - and my driver has cocaine in them

PUBLISHED: 13:36 19 May 2017 | UPDATED: 11:05 20 May 2017

The Corsa, whose driver failed a drug wipe. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary

The Corsa, whose driver failed a drug wipe. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary

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Norfolk and Suffolk traffic cops seized this Vauxhall Corsa after its driver committed a catalogue of road crimes.

The Fiesta seized in Lowestoft. Picture: Norfolk ConstabularyThe Fiesta seized in Lowestoft. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary

They included dangerous driving, for having no brakes; driving without a licence, driving without insurance, no tax and driving without a seabelt.

It wasn’t the driver’s day. After losing their wheels for this lot, they ended up nicked after a positive drug wipe.

The driver of the Fiesta’s had better evenings too. They ended up walking home in the rain after police seized their car in Lowestoft after they were found driving on a provisional licence, with no MOT and no insurance.

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