Porsche Driver uses toothpaste to alter license plate, gets 2200RMB fine and loses license

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porsche toothpaste 300x209 Porsche Driver uses toothpaste to alter license plate, gets 2200RMB fine and loses licenseSlightly altering or hiding your license plates has been a bad habit of Chinese drivers for a long time, sometimes it’s a mere CD covering key parts of the license plates, sometimes it’s a ‘Just Married’ banner placed over the plate, and sometimes they just take the plate off. Not this Beijing driver though, in a bid to beat the system he relied on good old fashioned toothpaste to turn the two 11’s into a 77, the bad news is that the Porsche driving was caught out by the Qingdao police force over in Jiaonan who thought his 77’s looked a little odd. They slapped him down with a 2200RMB fine and took six points from his license (the Chinese license system gives you 12 to start with, and deducts as you infringe on traffic law), the really bad news is that the driver already had 6 points to begin with and now his license has been cancelled.

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  • Rick in China
    February 27, 2012

    My comment gone!

    Buddy should have turned the J into a U instead! It’d be much less detectable

  • Dentist Ventura
    March 4, 2012

    I don’t get it why are they doing this?

  • wango fango
    April 26, 2012

    Do the Chinese have auto-cameras that read license plates to detect violations? His big mistake was using that candy-striped, red and white peppermint brand to make the alterations. But his car smelled good.

  • Ash
    April 26, 2012

    No, that would piss a lot of people off if they did.

  • my blog guest
    July 28, 2012

    Touche. Great arguments. Keep up the amazing spirit.

  • dogtucker
    July 30, 2012

    Bet he never used toothpaste where he should have-stinky breath, nicotine stained teeth and 77 on the stupidity scale!

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