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This man makes money by admitting other people’s driving offenses

Last update: September 23, 2022, 1:47 PM HST

Once upon a time, according to registered official complaints, he broke two traffic rules 800 kilometers apart in half an hour.

The fees charged by the man vary between 75 and 200 euros, or Rs 6,000 to 15,000, depending on the type of offense.

People generally avoid admitting their mistakes, let alone driving mistakes. Some even conveniently blame others for their driving offenses to avoid the brunt of legal penalties. However, did you know that a man takes responsibility for the misconduct of others in Spain? Yes, you read that right. A Spaniard provides the unusual service of admitting other people’s driving offenses to make money.

Spanish authorities recently identified a man responsible for driving errors committed by several people in exchange for a fee. The Balearic Islands Civil Guard said the man was also advertising to make money. The Armenian’s name has not been released by authorities. But it has been revealed that people opt for its service to keep their driving record clean.

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The fees charged by the man varied between 75 and 200 euros, or Rs 6,000 to 15,000, depending on the type of offence. According to the Traffic Civil Guard, it began providing this service around mid-2021. Wherever people committed a traffic violation, he used to bring a vehicle to the spot and take responsibility for it. However, the vehicles he drove were not even registered in his name.

Once upon a time, according to registered official complaints, he broke two traffic rules 800 kilometers apart in half an hour. Upon investigating the matter, it was found that the car registration was in the names of two women while the complaint was in the name of the man. He does this to prevent others’ licenses from being suspended since he suffered the same consequence earlier. So far, the man has taken responsibility for the neglect of 91 people across the country.

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