The ingenuity of some people knows no limits. This week, the Civil Guard has published a video on Tiktok in which he shows the latest trick he has detected to copy in a driving theory test. The post, which has gone viral, shows the micro-camera wig worn by a 24-year-old boy in Guadalajara.
Several agents of the Traffic Subsector of the Civil Guard of that province identified the young man while inspection and documentary control work was carried out on these tests. As reported by Europa Press, the young man showed suspicious behavior during the test.
With a view to not interfering in the examinations of the other aspiring drivers, the agents waited for the completion of the test to address the accused. It was then that they found that the young man was hiding a microcamera in his wig that sent images abroad, where he had a buddy who told him the answers through a hidden radio receiver.
After being discovered, the agents denounced the young man for violating article 77 of the Road Safety Law. Thus. the boy has been disqualified from being able to take the exam for the next six months. Likewise, copying during a driving test can become a serious offense that the law punishes with fines of up to 500 euros.
Obtaining the license fraudulently can endanger road safety, since the people who obtain it illegally do not have the necessary knowledge or ability to drive safely, thus putting their lives and safety at risk. from other drivers on the road.
Despite being a serious crime, TikTok users have not hesitated to comment on this method with a humorous tone. In the video, which already has more than two million views, users have pointed out: "Thank goodness he didn't use it in the practical" or "This one saw 'There is no one who lives here' before the exam. Emilio setting trends since the 2000s”.