Son, 43, is caught dressed as his 60-year-old mother, so that he could pass her driving test for her
The mother of all disguises: son, 43, is caught dressed as his 60-year-old mother, so that he could pass her driving test for her in Brazil
- Son tried to dress up as his 60-year-old mother to get her a driving test
- Maria Schiave had already failed three times for her test when her son entered
- His plan failed after the driving examiner became suspicious of his awkwardness
Taking a driving test is always a big challenge. Nerves can often get better from a skilled student making them fail multiple times.
When Heitor Schiave's 60-year-old mother, Maria, took her test three times, her dedicated son decided to take matters into her own hands.
The 43-year-old from Porto Velho, northern Brazil, pretended to be his mother by dressing in women's clothing on Tuesday to make the fourth attempt on her behalf.
With a full make-up with painted red nails, a flower blouse and a long wavy skirt and blow-dried his hair in a soft feminine style, the auto mechanic looked at the part every inch.
With a full make-up with painted red nails, a flower blouse and a long, wavy skirt and blow-dried his hair in a soft feminine style, the car mechanic looked every inch
The 43-year-old from Porto Velho, northern Brazil, pretended to be his mother by dressing in women's clothing on Tuesday to make the fourth attempt on her behalf
He almost fooled the driving examiner until his complicated plan failed and she decided to check his ID after he became suspicious about his clumsiness as a woman, big hands and an unusually high voice.
Aline Mendonça, an investigator for the State Traffic Department (Detran) of Rondonia, told the police: “His disguise did not become uncommon at first because I had just tested my fifth candidate, so a little distracted.
& # 39; However, when I got into the car and sat down beside who I thought was the provisional driver, I soon realized that this was a man dressed as a woman.
A video, filmed by an eyewitness who asked not to be identified, shows the moment when the suspect, dressed as a woman, gets out of the parked white vehicle and waits for the pavement while the police talk to the driving examiner
& # 39; He did his best to be feminine and as natural as possible. His makeup was really well done and he looked extremely good. & # 39;
But Mrs. Mendonça was not convinced and demanded proof.
She said: & I asked him to show me his identity to verify who he was and it soon became clear that he was not the person who had reserved to take the test. I then called the police because his actions had to be reported as a crime. & # 39;
The driving inspector warned: & We have a strict and high investigation standard. People who think they can bypass the driving rules need to think again. & # 39;
Schiave (photo) is confronted with allegations of identity fraud and tries to mislead a government agency. He was released on bail while detectives open an investigation
Nevertheless, the efforts of the misguided son have been praised on social media as a & # 39; noble gesture & # 39; with some comment that he & # 39; out of love & # 39; and they would do it for their mother.
However, others condemned his actions, citing the risks that a & # 39; three times failed & # 39; driver on the road without a permit.
Schiave is confronted with allegations of identity fraud and is trying to mislead a government agency. He was released on bail while detectives open an investigation.
A call to the suspect's lawyer remained unanswered.
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