Israeli Police Arrest Man for “Rigging Bottles with Small Cameras” to Cheat Driving Test

Published April 2nd, 2018 - 01:19 GMT
A resident of Beersheba in his thirties was arrested on Sunday for allegedly rigging plastic bottles with small cameras to illegally help people pass Israel's written theoretical driving examination. (AFP/ File Photo)
A resident of Beersheba in his thirties was arrested on Sunday for allegedly rigging plastic bottles with small cameras to illegally help people pass Israel's written theoretical driving examination. (AFP/ File Photo)

A resident of Beersheba in his thirties was arrested on Sunday for allegedly rigging plastic bottles with small cameras to illegally help people pass Israel's written theoretical driving examination.

He stood before court, Monday, to prolong his incarceration.  

The clients, who allegedly paid him thousands of shekels, were able to hear his answers using headphones. The suspect was able to help them to take the exam in Jerusalem while based in Beersheba. 

A small camera in the bottles showed the man the questions they needed to answer. 

The written exam is meant to establish that those seeking to obtain an Israeli driving license are familiar with Israeli traffic laws and regulations.

Police stated, 'anyone who bypasses the learning stage using trickery to pass this important exam might cause real danger via his actions to his life and the lives of other people traveling on the road."


 

This article has been adapted from its original source.


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