Studying to pass your learner’s exam or practising to ace that driving test can be a stressful process and taking the actual exam can have you nervous and anxious (coupled with sweaty palms and rapid breathing).
Yet, cheating in either of these tests may have you facing serious fraud charges and a criminal record, running the risk of not being able to rewrite for an entire year.
According to IOL, on Thursday morning, July 29, a 22-year-old man was arrested at the Milnerton Driving License Testing Centre. This comes after the man allegedly cheated while completing his learner’s license test.
While collecting everyone’s answer sheets, the invigilator saw the suspect trying to hide a piece of paper with answers on it. The 22-year-old was charged with fraud at the Milnerton police station.
Meanwhile, in May, another applicant was arrested for fraud after he was also caught chatting. The male admitted that the R 2000 found on his person was to pay the person who gave him the script note, reports News24.