Brundall man displays wrong tax disk in car to placate neighbour
A Brundall man pleaded guilty to displaying the wrong tax disk in his car and driving without insurance or a test certificate.
David Tarry, 43, from Cedar Way, appeared before Norwich magistrates today, and admitted fraudulent use of a vehicle licence, and the two other motoring offences.
Prosecuting, Ben Brighouse said Tarry's car was stopped by police in High Street, Brundall on November 21.
He said: 'In interview Tarry said that a nosey neighbour had been complaining about people with no tax disks in their cars, and he did it to placate her.'
Tarry, who represented himself in court, said: 'I realise I should not have been driving the car.'
The case was adjourned for reports.
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