Zaid Khalif Sultan as been jailed for four months after admitting cheating in a driving theory test
Zaid Khalif Sultan had the answers relayed to him via a hidden Bluetooth earpiece connected to his mobile phone.
He was caught by Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency staff at a Sheffield test centre last February.
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Zaid Khalif Sultan
Along with a four month sentence for fraud, Sultan, from Darnall, Sheffield, also received a 16-week prison sentence to be served consecutively for breach of a previous suspended sentence.
DVSA's Head of Counter-Fraud and Investigations, Andy Rice, said: “DVSA's first priority is to protect everyone from unsafe drivers and vehicles. ”
Zaid Khalif Sultan had the answers relayed to him via a hidden Bluetooth earpiece (stock image)
"We take very seriously the fraudulent use of communication devices during the test process and works closely with the police to bring offenders to justice.
“Although instances of fraud are rare in relation to the 1.8 million theory tests taken each year, this case sends out a clear message that those who put road users and the public at risk by cheating will face prosecution.”
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