Dutch Police Arrest Man With Fake Boris Johnson Driver's License After Drink Driving

Dutch police arrested a man on suspicion of drunk driving and were surprised to discover that his driver's license had the name 'Boris Johnson'.

The man was pulled over in the city of Amsterdam on Saturday morning after police received reports of a possible drunk driver. When they asked for his license, the man handed over a document that appeared to be a valid British driver's license. However, the name on the license was Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

Police were suspicious of the license and asked the man to step out of the car. They conducted a sobriety test and the man failed. He was then arrested and taken into custody.

A subsequent investigation revealed that the license was fake. The man had created it himself using a computer and a printer. He told police that he had been using the fake license for several months to avoid getting caught drunk driving.

The man was charged with drunk driving and forgery. He is due to appear in court next month.

The incident has sparked a debate about the security of driver's licenses. Some people believe that the government should do more to prevent the creation of fake licenses. Others believe that the man should be punished more severely for his actions.

Regardless of the outcome of the case, the incident is a reminder that drunk driving is a serious crime. It is important to remember that drinking and driving can have deadly consequences.