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  • Woman Impersonates Elderly Mother For Driver's Test?!

    CANADIAN WOMAN IMPERSONATES ELDERLY MOTHER TO TAKE DRIVING TEST:
     A driving test is one of those things you just have to do yourself. A Canadian woman
     is now facing criminal charges after police say she impersonated her elderly mother 
    in an attempt to take her driving test for her.
     Global says the driving instructor became suspicious after the 73-year-old woman who
     was scheduled to take her driving test appeared to be a much younger woman wearing a
     wig, glasses and clothes more suited to an older person. Police were called, and they
     discovered the test-taker was actually the woman's 39-year-old daughter. Why would 
    you want to do this?! There’s got to be a reason grandma isn’t driving. 
    The woman was arrested and charged with one count of impersonating an adult. She’s
     39 and accused of impersonating an adult?! 
    Well, I guess I get accused of that on the daily as well. 
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