The man pretends to have a corona virus to get out of the fine and gets a police escort to the Sydney hospital
Man pretends to have a corona virus to get a fine for using his phone while driving – and claims the police have followed him to the hospital
- A cunning motorist claimed that he was unable to use his phone while driving
- He said he had scribbled a note showing that he had a virus and stopped it for the police
- Motorist said officer “didn’t know how to run fast” when he saw the message
- Trickster said the officer followed him all the way to Ryde Hospital for virus tests
A fast-thinking motorist has claimed that he has been fined for using his phone while driving by pretending to have a corona virus.
The driver said he had scribbled a note proving he had the deadly virus and stopped it for a police officer behind the closed window of his car.
The motorist added that the officer was so concerned about the possibility that he had the virus that they were following him all the way to Ryde Hospital in northwest Sydney.
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A fast-thinking motorist has claimed that he was holding up a sign saying “got coronavirus” (photo) to get a fine for using his phone while driving
The motorist said a police officer led him all the way to Ryde Hospital in northwest Sydney
The cheater also shared a photo of him parked outside the hospital’s first aid in an attempt to substantiate his claims
The driver told his experience online and showed a photo of the message he wrote for the police on a clipboard that said “got coronavirus” in capital letters.
“So I’m being persuaded because I’m on the phone. I left my window open and wrote a note, “the motorist claimed.
“By the time the police officer reached me, he didn’t know how fast he had to flee. He did follow me to Ryde Hospital. Fortunately I am here now. “
The cheater also shared a photo of him parked outside the hospital’s emergency room and a photo that seemed to show him was standing next to a doctor.
Daily Mail Australia was unable to verify the man’s claims after contacting the NSW Police and the local health district of Northern Sydney.
The trickster driver also shared a photo of him who seemed to show him to a doctor
The driver said it was not the first time he had done such a stunt to get out of trouble with the police
One commentator joked that they wanted to try their own version of the joke about the police
The cunning tactic shared on social media and said it was not the first time he had done such a stunt to get out of trouble with the police.
“It worked the last time – I pretended to be dead. He bowed and let me go, “the driver wrote in response to someone asking if he was joking.
“I’m going to carry a box of corona and point to it and start coughing,” a man joked.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted NSW Police and the driver for comments.