A man in the 60's got his licence forfeited in 1995, but it has not stopped him from running the car at a later time.
In the day he was stopped in a under police control on Hundevåg in Stavanger, reports the South-West police district on Twitter.
Man has, since 1995 several times been charged for driving without a valid driver's license and have also been taken to drive in the drunk condition, tells operasjonsleder Jøran Solheim to the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet on Friday night.
Operasjonslederen can't give an exact number on how many episodes there are to talk about.
Still, he says that the police today are not only content with a review.
today decided jourhavende lawyer that the car should avskiltes and it is imposed bruksforbud on the car. The police create a case and the man will, hopefully, stop the car, " says Solheim.
He says that the man did not do the resistance under control, but they have now handed over the investigation and that the man will be taken into questioning.
#Stavanger Police control the car on Hundvåg. Leads, male, 60 years of age received driver's license confiscated in 1995 and are reviewed several times for driving without a valid driver's license for this - the Police create a case, the car avskiltet and it is imposed bruksforbud on the car.— Police in the South-West (@politietsorvest) January 4, 2019