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Drink driver avoided ban by giving his brother’s details and now he’s in big trouble

Drink driver avoided ban by giving his brother’s details and now he’s in big trouble
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Drink driver avoided ban by giving his brother's details and now he's in big trouble
Zuhir Nassrat pretended to be his older brother when he was arrested and when he appeared in courtroom

A person avoided a driving ban after telling police he was his brother when he was pulled over.

Zuhir Nassrat, 21, lied after being pulled over when he was noticed driving erratically down Deansgate in Manchester City Centre following an evening out with buddies.

He continued the charade in courtroom however police had been tipped off 4 months later and he was arrested once more.

As a outcome his brother, who lives in Dubai, can have a felony report till the offence is formally eliminated. Despite what Nassrat did, his older brother has forgiven him.

Judge Anthony Cross QC advised him: ‘The consequence has been that your brother, who works abroad and has acquired a level and managed to discover a job, his good identify has actually been dragged by means of the courts by you.

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A drink driver caught by police avoided a ban after giving officers his brother's details, a court heard. A judge said the innocent man's name had been 'dragged through the courts' by his brother, 21-year-old Zuhir Nassrat. Nassrat was spotted driving erratically on Deansgate in the city centre, near Beetham Tower, following a night out with university friends.
Despite his brother now having a felony report he has been forgiven, a courtroom heard (Picture: MEN)

‘Quite how he comes to forgive you I don’t know, however he does.’

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Nassrat, from Oldham, pulled over at 3.25am on January 23 after recognizing a police car behind them.

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He then threw the keys on the ground and acquired into the passenger seat however a police officer stated he had seen him on the wheel.

After showing at courtroom for the drink driving offence he was given a 12-month driving ban and ordered to pay £205.

However, after admitting to perverting the course of justice he was given a three-month jail sentence suspended for 12 months, banned from driving for 18 months and advised to pay £510 in prices.

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