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Stopped without a license at 150 km/h, this teenager presents his BSR to the police

The Finistère gendarmes intercepted a driver at 151 km/h and his behavior left them speechless.

The events took place on February 4, in Finistère. Launched at 151 km/h driving a car, a 16 year old teenager has been arrested by the police. The latter had some doubts, which later proved to be justified, when they saw the driver’s youthful face. Far from giving up, he told the police that he had taken control of the vehicle because he had “want to drive” and that he had his road safety certificate. He also presented this document to the police. Return to a surrealist arrest.

Teenager and driver

It is difficult to understand the behavior of this young teenager. The motorized peloton from Châteaulin (Finistère) had a lot to do to reason with this driver. Indeed, when he stopped this motorist, he was far from imagining who he was. Driving a Citroën C4cet teenager drove at 151 km/h instead of 100 km/h on the RN165.

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Vehicle intercepted

After being arrested, the teenager presented his road safety certificate (BSR) to show that he was fit to drive. The police quickly checked the identity of the driver and realized that he was only 16 years old. This minor child did not stop there. Even when faced with a fait accompli, he claimed that he had simply “want to drive”.

As a reminder, the BSR is only valid for driving 50 cc vehicles. He is totally disabled to drive a car, even if it is not powerful. In any case, the police will remember this driver for a long time unusual to say the least.

History does not say when this young teenager said to himself that presenting his TSB might be enough during a police control… After all, the bigger the better! Well, not always… He risks a lot for his entire work (speeding, driving without a license, endangering the lives of others, etc.). To be continued.

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